SSF and 4 per 1000 Walking Together for Global Soil Tech Revolution

January 31, 2024

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Our 2024 begins with an announcement of an update on the dynamic collaboration between Save Soil Foundation and the esteemed 4 per 1000 Initiative, uniting our efforts to leverage the power of Global Soil Health Monitor for the goal to #SaveSoil.

The 4 per 1000 Initiative, launched during the UNFCCC COP21 conference in 2015, is dedicated to increasing the global soil organic carbon stock by 0.4% per year. With a focus on sustainable agricultural practices, the initiative aims to combat climate change by sequestering carbon in soils and improving overall soil health.

Our collaboration aims at harnessing the power of hyperspectral technology to monitor this carbon sequestration at scale in a tangible manner. 

4 per 1000 in partnership with – Save Soil Foundation to harness – Tech For Soil. 

 “The partnership showcases our commitment to working alongside global entities dedicated to combating climate change and ensuring the long-term sustainability of our agricultural systems through use of Technology” says SSF’s leadership Team.

Harnessing Technology For Soil Health

The knowledge base of the 4 per 1000 Initiative greatly enhances the efficiency required for developing SSF’s – Global Soil Health Monitor. This innovative technology will integrate insights from the initiative’s analytics, translating global soil health goals into practical, actionable solutions. 

 By combining the collective wisdom of the 4 per 1000 Initiative with the technological prowess of Save Soil Foundation, we strive to create a sustainable future where soil health is prioritized and protected.

As we embark on this transformative journey, we invite individuals, organizations, and governments worldwide to join us in our commitment to save soil. Together, let’s build a world where the soil beneath our feet thrives, sustaining life and supporting a resilient ecosystem for generations to come.

Source – SSF Volunteers

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