The sixth meeting of the Task Force on Reactive Nitrogen was held from the 11th-12th May, in Rome, Italy. The Expert Panel on Nitrogen and Food (EPNF) and the Expert Panel on Mitigating Agricultrual Nitrogen (EPMAN) met on the precceding day, the 10th May.
Presentations from the meeting can be found on this page.
Background Documents and Information
Session 2: European Nitrogen Assessment
The outcomes of the ENA will be discussed during the TFRN-6 meeting. The following summaries and chapters may be of interest to those attending. All 26 chapters of the assessment and the summaries are also available for free download - see link below.
- Summary for Policymakers
- Technical Summary
- Chapter 4: Nitrogen in current European policies
- Chapter 25: Co-ordindating European nitrogen policies between international conventions and intergovernmental organisations
- Chapter 26: Societal choice and communicating the European nitrogen challenge
- Weblink to download all chapters of the ENA
'The Protein Puzzle' The consumption and production of meat, dairy and fish in the European Union - Report by PBL Netherlands Environment Assessment Agency
Tuesday, 10th of May: EPMAN panel meeting (~9:00 - 17:00) EPNF panel meeting (~12:00 - 17:00)
Wednesday & Thursday, 11/12th of May: TFRN-6 (~9:00 - 17:00)
|Wednesday 11/04/2011||Thursday 12/04/2011|
• Presentations from National Focal Points
|Afternoon||Session 3: |
Food consumption patterns and trends
Effects on health and nitrogen pollution
Discussion of Work plans and invitations to participate in the Expert Panels and TFRN
**Update to previous version.
More information regarding agenda and background documents, will be added in due course.
Please note that you will need to book your own accommodation. Further information regarding the venue and local hotels, is given below.
INFO ABOUT VENUE OF THE MEETING, HOTELS, PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Venue of the Meeting:
The meeting will take place at the ENEA headquarters, in Rome, Lungotevere Thaon di Revel, 76. The adjacent Piazza Antonio Mancini is achievable by a large number of bus lines.
In particular, the tram line 2 connects Piazzale Flaminio (subway Line A, red line) with Piazza Antonio Mancini.
Lungotevere Thaon di Revel, 76
All the information and connections can be found at http://www.atac.roma.it
In Rome, there are two airports: The Leonardo Da Vinci Airport (Fiumicino) and the G.B. Pastine Airport (Ciampino).
To reach the city centre of Rome from the Fiumicino airport:
1) TRAIN LEONARDO EXPRESS
Direct train (no-stop) from the airport to the Main Railway Station Termini (connections with Subway Lines A and B, about 30 min Ticket 14,00 Euro)
For timetable see: http://www.adr.it/
2) Local Train FR1 (To Fara Sabina) (ticket 8,00 Euros)
FR1 connects the FCO Airport with the Railway stations Trastevere, Ostiense, Tuscolana, Tiburtina. Connections with Subway Line B (blue line) at Ostiense and Tiburtina Stations
For timetable see : http://www.adr.it
3) It is available a taxi service to Rome. The cost of the service is around 60 euro, baggage included.
To reach the city centre of Rome from the Ciampino airport:
1) The nearest rail station to Ciampino airport is Ciampino Città, connected to the airport by the buses COTRAL/SCHIAFFINI every 30 minutes. The travelling time is about 5 minutes. Tickets, sold in the bus and on the ground, cost 1 euro.
A light metro connects Ciampino railway station to Termini railway station with an average time of 15 minutes.
2) It is available a taxi service to Rome. The cost of the service is around 40 euro, baggage included.
In the following, a list of recommended hotels is reported.
Since, many tourists are in Rome in any period of the year it is suggested that you contact the hotel for reservations, as soon as possible.
The location of the hotels is such that the venue of the meeting is easily reachable by public transportation, even in the case they are far from the meeting venue, and at the same time they are close to cultural and artistical points of interest. The Red Letter M indicates the closest subway station on the maps.
Best Western Hotel Astrid Roma
L.go A. Sarti, 4 - 00196 Roma
Ph +39.06.3236371 email@example.com
00187 Roma (RM) - 23/b, v. Greci (Close to Subway Line A Stations Flaminio or Spagna)
ph: +39 06 36001915 firstname.lastname@example.org ; http://www.hotelmozart.com/
Albergo Hotel Villa Glori
Via Bernardo Celentano, 11, 00196 RomaPh. +39 06 322 7658 hotelvillaglori.com
HOTEL NAZIONALE A MONTECITORIO
00186 Roma (RM) - 127, p. Montecitorio
ph: +39 06 695001 email: email@example.com
Bed & Breakfast - Suites Piazza del popolo
Via Flaminia, 215, 00196 Roma+39 348 386 7623piazzadelpopolo.bbsuites.com
HOTEL DELLE VITTORIE
00195 Roma (RM) - 24, v. Col di Lana (close to Metro Lepanto Line A)
ph: +39 06 3735391; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Albergo Diana S.r.l
00185 Roma (RM) - 4, Via Principe Amedeo,
ph: +39 06 478681; e-mail email@example.com
Hotel Invictus 15, Via Quintino Sella (Close to Termini Railway Station and Subway Line A)
00187 Roma (RM) - e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
ph: +39 06 42011433
Via Vittorio Veneto, 18 (Close to Subway Line A Station Barberini)
e-mail : email@example.com
ph: +39 06 4881943
Session 3: Food consumption patterns and trends: Effects on health and nitrogen pollution