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Task Force on Reactive Nitrogen

The Task Force on Reactive Nitrogen reports to the Working Group on Strategies and Review of the Convention on Long Range Transboundary Air Pollution (CLRTAP).

Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia

Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA) continues to build and strengthen coastal and ocean governance in the seas of East Asia through intergovernmental, interagency and multistakeholder partnerships.

Global TraPs

Global TraPs (2010–2015) is a multi-stakeholder forum involving key stakeholders with differing viewpoints, knowledge and concerns to guide and optimize future P use through an assessment of current information and knowledge gaps, and the development of options for the way forward.

Dutch Nutrient Platform

The Dutch Nutrient Platform, founded in January 2011, is a cross-sectoral public-private network of Dutch organizations that share a common concern for the global impact of phosphorus depletion and the way society is dealing with nutrients in general. Together with the Dutch government, the Nutrient Platform, takes up the responsibility to facilitate organizations throughout the value chain in closing the phosphorus cycle. In general: The Nutrient Platform aims to create the conditions for the required transition towards more sustainable nutrient management.

Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem

The Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem (BOBLME) covers more than 6 million km2 of sea in the Indian Ocean. Overfishing, habitat degradation and pollution are the key areas addressed by the BOBLME Project. Pollution issues include organic pollution from agriculture and sewage. Increasing nutrient inputs from rivers have the potential to cause eutrophication and lead to inner-shelf hypoxic zones near rivers, which could expand or be carried across borders, or adversely affect transboundary fish stocks.