An estimated 1,000 participants from around the globe attended the 3rd Global Soil Biodiversity Conference to discuss the solutions to reversing soil degradation.The event took place on 13-15 March 2023 in Dublin, Ireland.
The host of the third edition of the conference was Teagasc - Agriculture and Food Development Authority and the University College Dublin, which was also the conference venue. Under the theme “Science as a basis for the sustainable use and conservation of soil biodiversity”, the conference provided a platform for discussion of the latest updates on soil biodiversity research and knowledge for scientists, policy makers, regulators, environmental agencies, conservationists, land user managers and other stakeholders in the sustainable use and conservation of soil biodiversity.
TUdi was represented at the conference by Pensoft Publishers and Lancaster University.
Side-by-side with @GBIF at #GSB2023 in Dublin 🇮🇪, we are having our #journal portfolio, academic books, partnering #EUprojects & more on display!— Pensoft (@Pensoft) March 13, 2023
❓🤔Our aim: boost #SoilBiodiversity knowledge sharing in an open, efficient & FAIR manner!@theGSBI #FAIRdata #EUbiodiversity pic.twitter.com/0kzMlucwil
At Pensoft’s booth, participants found TUdi’s promotional materials, press releases and scientific publications, created within the project. Dr. Csilla Hudek from Lancaster University represented TUdi at the conference with a scientific poster on Work Package 3 - Integrating on-farm solutions for restoring degraded soils.