Radio Sustain

Radio Sustain: October 8, 2007

Special U.S. Farm Bill issue: Daryll Ray, Dennis Keeney, David Wallinga and Dennis Olson all weigh in on the status of the 2007 Farm Bill.

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Radio Sustain: May 7, 2007

Sophia Murphy on U.S. food aid, David Korten on the "economic perfect storm" and Jim Kleinschmit on sustainable biofuels.

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Radio Sustain: March 26, 2007

Amalia Anderson on U.S. immigration and government raids on meatpacking plants, Don Arnosti on biomass and the ethanol industry, and Kathleen Schuler on the Minnesota legislature and toxics.

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Radio Sustain: February 5, 2007

Percy Schmeiser vs. Monsanto, Alex Farrell on low-carbon fuel standards and Mark Muller on the ethanol boom.

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Radio Sustain: December 18, 2006

IATP's founder—and Minnesota's Secretary of State-elect—Mark Ritchie and Alan Guebert provide analysis of the recent midterm elections.

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Radio Sustain: November 13, 2006

Rod Leonard on transfering health inspections from the USDA; free trade agreement between Thailand and the U.S.; Peter Barnes on saving the Commons.

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Radio Sustain: October 19, 2006

Steve Suppan on the WTO's recent biotech ruling, Brian Noy on a new project to introduce small farmers markets to low-income communities, and Jim Harkness on ag policy and rural life in China, where he's traveling.

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Radio Sustain: August 21, 2006

Jim Riddle on the battle over organic milk standards, Richard Levins on the impact of globalization on the American middle class, and a trip to the Minnesota State Fair to learn about the new Eco-Experience building.

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Radio Sustain: August 7, 2006

Steve Suppan on free trade agreements and Mexico, Alexandra Spieldoch on the WTO's collapse last month and Dr. Dennis Keeney on climate change and food security.

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Radio Sustain: July 24, 2006

Carin Smaller on the collapse of the WTO's Doha Round, Michael Sligh from Rural Advancement Foundation International and Mark Muller on Mississippi River navigation.

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