Brazilian Congress of Soil Science


The XXXVIII Brazilian Congress of Soil Science and the XXIII Latin American Congress of Soil Science, which would be held in 2021, were postponed because of the pandemic and will be held from July 30 to August 4, 2023.

The event theme will be: Latin America and the good governance of its soils and biomes: possibility or utopia?







Brazilian Congress of Soil Science

The Brazilian Soil Science Society promotes, every two years, preferably in odd years, the Brazilian Congress of Soil Science (CBCS), for the approximation of associates, presentation of technical and scientific papers and dissemination of the advances of Soil Science.

The venues of the upcoming events are defined at the SBCS Ordinary General Meeting, on the occasion of the Brazilian Congresses of Soil Science.

Full coverage of SBCS Congresses can be found in the newsletter editions and the listing of events through 2015 can be found in the SBCS e-book: A look at its history.


Check out the locations and themes of the latest Congresses:

 

XXXI Brazilian Congress of Soil Science

From 5 to 10 August 2007, Gramado-RS.

Theme: Achievements and challenges of Brazilian soil science

 

XXXII Brazilian Congress of Soil Science

From 2 to 7 August 2009, Fortaleza-CE.

Theme: Soil and bioenergy production: perspectives and challenges

 

XXXIII Brazilian Congress of Soil Science

From July 31 to August 5, 2011, Uberlândia-MG.

Theme: Soils in Brazilian biomes: sustainability and climate change

 

XXXIV Brazilian Congress of Soil Science

From July 28 to August 2, 2013, Florianópolis-SC.

Theme: Soil Science: for what and for whom?

 

XXXV Brazilian Congress of Soil Science

From 2 to 7 August 2015, Natal-RN.

Theme: The Soil and its multiple functions

 

XXXVI Brazilian Congress of Soil Science

From July 30 to August 4, 2017, Belém-PA.

Theme: Amazon and its soils: peculiarities and potentialities

 

XXXVII Brazilian Congress of Soil Science

From 21 to 26 July 2019, in Cuiabá-MT.

Theme: Sustainable intensification in production systems