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The Coordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service – CCIVS, invites you to participate in a free online event on the Future of Soil taking place over three days between the 15-17 March 2022 13:30-15:30 CET.

During the 3-day event, we will hear from an environmental and human rights lawyer, an expert on the state of soil in the EU, a representative from UNESCO, as well as indigenous land guardians, farmers practising regenerative soil strategies, activists, volunteers and  urban soil activists who will share why soil is so essential to life on Earth and how they are taking a stand on behalf of life.

Do you know what you can do to protect, conserve and regenerate soil? Would you like to learn and be inspired?

Join the call to action! The Soil4Life Manifesto will be presented during the Conference and an expert will explain how to you can use it to advocate for soil with decision makers in your localities. You will also have the opportunity to connect with other people from around the world who are working to protect, regenerate and heal the soil.

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