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Ten key actions to increase Nutrient Use Efficiency

Our Nutrient World and ten key actions to increase Nutrient Use Efficiency.
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The five key threats of too much or too little nutrients

Our Nutrient World and the five key threats of too much or too little nutrients
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Nitrogen inputs into the world’s main river catchments

Our Nutrient World and nitrogen inputs into the world’s main river catchments.
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Benefits of improved Nitrogen Use Efficiency

Our Nutrient World and the benefits of improved Nutrient Use Efficiency (NUE).

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Upcoming events

  • Launch of the GPNM Phosphorus Task Team

    Launch of the GPNM Phosphorus Task Team

    Dates: 
    Tuesday, September 15, 2015 - 00:00 to Wednesday, September 16, 2015 - 12:00
    Location: 
    Edinburgh
    United Kingdom
    Description: 

    The GPNM will be launching its Phosphorus Task Team at an inaugural meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland between the 15th and 16th September.  The meeting will take place at the Center For Ecology and Hydrology, one of the collaborating partners within the GPNM.  The meeting will seek to elaborate the support role of the Task Team within the GPNM partnership, and the global community, determination of priority outputs and milestones in the context of an action plan, and propose modalities for regional and global stakeholder engagement on phosphorous management agenda. 

    The task team includes representation from select national governments, the private sector, research agencies and intergovernmental technical and policy support agencies.  The task team is chaired by Arnoud Passenier, Director Value Chains Sustainable Innovations within the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment of the Netherlands.

    09/15/2015 - 00:00 to 09/16/2015 - 12:00
  • GPNM at East Asia Seas Congress (16-21 November, 2015 - Danang, Vietnam)

    GPNM at East Asia Seas Congress (16-21 November, 2015 - Danang, Vietnam)

    Dates: 
    Monday, November 16, 2015 (All day) to Saturday, November 21, 2015 (All day)
    Location: 
    Danang
    Vietnam
    Description: 

    The GPNM will be hosting a Technical and Policy Workshop on Sustainable Nutrient Management in support of the Asian Platform of GPNM within the East Asia Seas Congress that will run between the 16th and 21st of November in Danang, Vietnam 2015.  This special session, to be convened on the 18th of November will showcase the main technical deliverables of the GEF-Global Nutrient Cycle Project, and will focus on policy and mainstreaming of the nutrient management agenda within countries of the Asia sub-region under the aegis of the Platform.  Participants will include GNC Project collaborators, GPNM members, representatives from governments, regional and international support agencies, non-governmental organizations, private sector and other relevant stakeholders.  For more information on the East Asia Seas Congress, visit the website at http://eascongress.pemsea.org/ and see the programme details at http://eascongress.pemsea.org/sites/default/files/brochures-flyers/EAS-Congress-2015-Information-Package.pdf (the draft agenda for the GPNM session is on page 75)

    11/16/2015 (All day) to 11/21/2015 (All day)

Publications

This is the "Framework Code for Good Agricultural Practice for Reducing Ammonia Emissions” by the Economic Commission of Europe (ECE) Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution (LRTAP), Task Force on Reactive Nitrogen.

The SMAP (Smallholder Farmers Access to Phosphorus) is a joint project of CGA, University of Eldoret, University of Egerton, Local Farmers, Phosphorus Traders and Financial Institutions.

Environmental Research Letters publication by Bouwman et al (2013) on the role of mariculture in the nutrient enrichment of coastal zones. Direct link to a video abstract: http://bcove.me/eevzu6lp 

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