Communicating soil carbon science to farmers: incorporating credibility, salience and legitimacy

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Ingram, Julie ; Mills, Jane ; Dibari, Camilla ; Ferrise, Roberto ; Bahadur Ghaley, Bhim ; Grønbech Hansend, Jens ; Iglesias, Ana ; Karaczun, Zbigniew ; McVittie, A ; Merante, Paulo ; Molnar, Andras ; Sánchez, Berta (2016)
  • Publisher: PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE
  • Journal: volume 48, pages 115-128 (issn: 0743-0167)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2016.10.005
  • Subject: Salience | Advisers | Legitimacy | Soil carbon | S900_Conservation | S589.75_Agriculture | Credibility | Farmers | S1

A key narrative within climate change science is that conserving and improving soil carbon through agricultural practices can contribute to agricultural productivity and is a promising option for mitigating carbon loss through sequestration. This paper examines the pote... View more
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