The participants of the Summer School 2013 noted some days after leaving the beautifull venue in the Swiss Alps three of their most important take home messages from the intensive week of biochar learning and exchange. Have a look to this nice resumé of the week.
19 excellent young scientists have been selected to participate in the 2end European Biochar Summer School in Valais, Switzerland. 16 internationally recognized speakers from all prominent fields of biochar research will share their knowledge and passion in extended workshops during the first week of September 2013. It is co-organised by the EU-COST Action, EBRN and the Ithaka Institute.
The Summer School will be given in a workshop-seminar style, with biochar function, characterization, production and environmental interaction being among the major learning objectives. Strong interaction with the students is a priority.