Sustaining soil productivity to alleviate food insecurity and adapt to projected climate change is a high priority. Linking this issue with ethical, social, and policy implications from a broader perspective is both timely and unique. This book, Sustaining Soil Productivity in Response to Global Climate Change: Science, Policy, and Ethics, edited by Sauer, Norman, and Sivakumar, is written to meet the above objectives. It brings together a wide range of topics, exploring climate change and soil response relations to address the importance of managing and enhancing soil productivity under future climate scenarios. The book is a compilation of discussion...

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