The International Nitrogen Initiative (INI), Global Partnership on Nutrient Management (GPNM) and the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP) organized a successful session on Nitrogen: too much of a good thing at the Planet under Pressure conference March 26 in London. About 150 – 200 people visited the session, which covered a scientific and policy context as well as showing the issues from a different regional perspective. The session was followed by a poster session later that day, which was visited by most of the 3000 visitors and included more than 30 posters.
In the last five years many European nitrogen scientists were involved in the production of the European Nitrogen Assessment were organised. The European Nitrogen Assessment (or in short ENA) is the major outcome of the NinE programme, jointly with the COST Action 729 and the NitroEurope IP.
The ENA was publicly launched during the 'Nitrogen and Global Change' Conference, organised in Edinburgh (UK) from 11-14 April, 2011.
As part of recent workshops related to the impacts of nitrogen in the environment we have been discussing the possibilities for us personally to take action in reducing these impacts.
Food is a recurring theme, and based on this, the Barsac Declaration was drafted in collaboration between the NinE, BEGIN, COST 729, NitroEurope and TFRN networks. Ongoing scientific assessment in the area of food choice is being addressed by the Task Force on Reactive Nitrogen, through its Expert Panel on Nitrogen and Food.
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