Radio Sustain

Radio Sustain - 12/02/2015

12/02/2015 - IATP's Shefali Sharma interviews David Muraskin, a lawyer at Public Justice, who represents a number of farmers in a case against meat-packing giant Tyson concerning their treatment of livestock producers.

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11/17/2015 - Peace Coffee and Agroecology

11/17/2015 - Peace Coffee's CEO, Lee Wallace and IATP's Senior Scientist Jahi Chappell talk about a new partnership promoting agroecology among coffee farmers.

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Dr. M. Jahi Chappell: ISEC Local Bites

Dr. M. Jahi Chappell: ISEC
What kind of food and farming system do we need to feed a growing world population in an ecologically sustainable and socially just manner?

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Dr. M. Jahi Chappell: Good Science and Good Policy [Yale]

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Experts Discuss Implications on Environment, Labor, Consumer Rights, and Food Policy

July 8, 2013: Experts Discuss Implications on Environment, Labor, Consumer Rights, and Food Policy. Sierra Club telepresser on launch of U.S.-EU trade negotiations (TTIP).
Speakers:
Ilana Solomon, Sierra Club
Lori Wallach, Public Citizen
Celeste Drake, AFL-CIO
Karen Hansen-Kuhn, IATP

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Radio Sustain September 28, 2012

September 28, 2012 What is nanotechnology? What should the public know about it as it makes its way into food and agriculture? Why is it still unregulated? IATP's Steve Suppan explains.

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Radio Sustain August 01, 2012

August 1, 2012: LaDonna Redmond, community activist and IATP staffer, talks food justice and IATP’s upcoming national conference Food + Justice = Democracy.

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Radio Sustain: June 29, 2012

June 29, 2012 Valerie Segrest speaks about her work creating a culturally appropriate system of health through traditional foods and medicines, storytelling, and what she calls "place-based foods. She'll be speaking more about this at IATP's upcoming September conference Food + Justice = Democracy.

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Radio Sustain: December 6, 2011

In this December 6, 2011 episode, Julia Olmstead discusses U.S. exports and why they are not "feeding the world," Jim Harkness speaks on the Occupy movement and Karen Hansen-Kuhn speaks about IATP's aspirations at the Durban climate talks.

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Radio Sustain: June 1, 2011

In this edition of Radio Sustain we talk to Mindi Schneider about her latest report examining the industrial transformation of the massive pork industry in China, and Steve Suppan about the use of nanotechnology, its increasing prevalence in products and food, and why its huge potential may be causing "regulatory paralysis" in the U.S. and abroad.

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