If memory serves, reaction enthalpies are about 550 kJ/mol for nitro to amine, about 300 kJ/mol for alkyne (double reduction to alkane), about 150 kJ/mol for alkene, and about 70 kJ/mol for carbonyls.
You can hydrogenate alkenes selectively over ketones with Pt or Pd and H2. Some examples show alkenes and nitro groups both hydrogenated under these conditions.
Wilkinsons Catalyst in THF/t-BuOH will reduce the alkene but not the nitro. J. Org. Chem. 2002, 67 (9) 3163-3164