This publication is part of FAO's work on soil carbon sequestration
within the framework of its programme on the integrated planning
and management of land resources for sustainable rural development.
The report presents a comprehensive analysis of the scientific
aspects and potentiality of carbon sequestration in drylands on the
basis of case studies across different land use and management
systems carried out in several distinctive drylands areas of the
world. It includes an overview of the policies and clarification of
the different economic incentives regarding soil carbon
sequestration in order to determine how available resources and
specific programmes can be implemented in drylands in order to
improve food security and rural livelihood of the populations in
drylands, one of the most soil degraded and impoverished regions of
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