• Reduce text
  • Restore text size
  • Increase the text
  • Print
Home page banner Inra Bordeaux-Aquitaine website. © Inra/Guy Pracros, Inra/Guy Pracros

Bordeaux-Aquitaine

Located deep within a vast agricultural and forest region, the INRA Bordeaux-Aquitaine Centre (France) conducts innovative and targeted plant science, ecological and environmental research in response to current challenges in the agricultural, forestry and aquaculture sectors.

 

We mobilise a wide range of scientific expertise in environmental physics and chemistry, plant physiology and pathology, agronomy, genetics and ecology for our research projects to addresses four major challenges of regional importance:

1. Strengthen competitiveness and sustainability in the agricultural fruit, forestry and animal production industries.

2. Promote ecological management of agrosystems and cultivated forests.

3. Contribute to a healthy and sustainable diet.

3. Make effective use of plant biomass.

Headlines
Attribute Type Value
ast_remote_id string 311860
ast_tv_id string 1
ast_type_code string 1
ast_type string 'video'
ast_title string 'Soils for food security and the climate'
ast_descr string '

Le programme de recherche « 4 pour 1 000 » a pour objectif de réconcilier sécurité alimentaire et changement climatique. Certaines pratiques agricoles peuvent contribuer à lutter contre le changement du climat en stockant le carbone dans les sols. Et cela tout en augmentant la fertilité des sols, le carbone des sols étant un fertilisant organique. Selon Jean-François Soussana, directeur de recherche Environnement à l'Inra « Une augmentation relative de 4 pour 1 000 par an des stocks de matière organique des sols suffirait à compenser l'ensemble des émissions de gaz à effet de serre de la planète. »

'
ast_tags string '4 POUR 1000,CARBONE,CHANGEMENT CLIMATIQUE,GAZ A EFFET DE SERRE,GES,MATIERE ORGANIQUE,PRATIQUE AGRICOLE,SECURITE ALIMENTAIRE,SOL'
ast_metavalues string ''
ast_player_id string 2
ast_embed string ' '
ast_thumbnail_url string 'https://inra-dam-front-resources-cdn.brainsonic.com/ressources/media/thumbnail-311860-soils-for-food-security-and-the-climate.html'
ast_capture_date string '2015-11-25 00:00:00'
ast_author string ''
ast_is_active string 1
ast_is_editable string 0
ast_obsolete string 0
tv_key string 'fre'
copyright string 'Inra'
caption string ''
titleEnglish string ''
descrEnglish string ''
copyrightEnglish string 'INRA'
metavalues array Array(17)
>inra-centre-de-recherche string ''
>inra-copyright string 'Inra'
>inra-couleur-dominante string ''
>inra-credit string ''
>inra-departement-recherche string ''
>inra-orientation string ''
>inra-reference string ''
>inra-type-licence string ''
>inra-unite-recherche string ''
>gsa_index string 'Yes'
>inra-annales-bap string ''
>inra-annales-corps string ''
>inra-annales-annee string ''
>inra-commentaire string ''
>inra-copyright-english string 'INRA'
>inra-description-english string ''
>inra-title-english string ''
obsolete string 0
img_src array Array(0)
file_url boolean false
ref string '1_311860_1'

The "4 parts per 1000" initiative proposes to increase organic matter contents and encourage carbon sequestration in soils, through the application of appropriate farming and forestry practices.

News