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Atina Diffley - March Against Monsanto - May 25, 2013

Posted May 29, 2013

Atina Diffley - Organic Farmer, Organic food activist, Author: "Turn Here Sweet Corn," Gardens of Eagan founder

Music by Synister Dane...

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Agricultural nanotechnology and the future of food

Posted May 14, 2013

Nanotechnology, a group of techniques for manufacturing and manipulating sub-molecular sized materials, is being applied to agriculture, food processing and food packaging. This webinar will discuss the effect of nanomaterials on soil health and the food chain....

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Land grabs and human rights in the Horn of Africa

Posted April 26, 2013

An interview with Redwan Hamza of the Oromia Human Rights and Justice Council.

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Sickly sweet: The science and policy of fructose overconsumption in America

Posted March 19, 2013

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America's' sweet-laden diet is helping drive obesity and chronic...

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Be our Valentine and learn about global land grabs at IATP

Posted February 18, 2013

Global Land Grabs on Valentine's Day at IATP! That's right. We want you to be our Valentine on February 14! We'll be discussing global land grabs and food sovereignty.

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Alexandra Spieldoch is an independent consultant on gender, food...

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Recent AAP Policy Statements on Organic Food and Pesticides

Posted February 6, 2013

Intended Audience: Pediatricians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, Office Managers, Office Staff

Objectives — At the conclusion of the activity, participants should be able to:
- Describe the impact of low-dose, long-term...

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The A to Z on Atrazine: Sex hormones and America's most popular pesticide

Posted January 15, 2013

Despite being banned in Europe due to health risks, atrazine, a hormone-disrupting herbicide, is one of the world's most largely used pesticides—hundreds of millions of pounds per year. It can be found in our lakes, streams, rain, and drinking water, at levels...

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Moving ahead on food justice

Posted November 15, 2012

IATP's Food + Justice = Democracy conference was a call to action to people from every community, ethnic group, class and gender identity. If you weren't able to attend, here's your chance.

Hundreds gathered and helped draft a collection of food justice...

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Grain Reserves in an Unstable Climate

Posted September 11, 2012

The ongoing drought in the U.S. and threats of food crises around the world point to the need for new solutions to cope with unstable weather and harvests. Since the first food price crisis in 2008, IATP, along with a growing number of civil society organizations,...

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Jim Kleinschmit on the 2012 Drought

Posted August 6, 2012

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What's at Stake in the 2012 Farm Bill? Health, Innovation and Equity

Posted June 27, 2012

Named one of "Nine Innovative Food Websites You Can't Live Without" by Forbes, IATP's What's at Stake Series takes a fresh look at seven key issues for the 2012 Farm Bill. As debate of the 2012 farm bill continues, this webinar will highlight three key...