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Artificially manufactured humus materials can be used for  managing slopes and preventing disasters in public infrastructure projects. Japan Conservation Engineers utilized humus to accelerate plant growth on slopes for landslide prevention; brown field desalinization; recovery of tsunami-flooded agricultural fields; reforestation after fires; and recovery of degraded forests and closed water systems.

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United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR)
European Commission
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Japan Bosai Platform