IATP Articles and Reports

IATP statement on the death of Daunte Wright

On Sunday, Daunte Wright, a young Black father and member of our Minnesota community, was tragically and fatally shot by a policer officer in Brooklyn Center, a suburb of Minneapolis. Our thoughts are with the grieving loved ones and community of Daunte, whose life was taken senselessly and too soon.

WEBINAR: A Call to Address Climate Change: Food Producer Perspectives on the Path Forward

This webinar focused on grassroot concerns about carbon markets in agriculture. As the climate crisis increasingly impacts rural communities in the U.S., corporate capture of the climate agenda threatens to undermine efforts to hold polluters accountable and bolster resilience in rural communities.

Time for US and EU to regulate factory farms’ greenhouse gas emissions

The largest hog and dairy operations in the U.S. are run more like factories than farms. They concentrate thousands of animals indoors and produce massive amounts of manure, which is often turned into liquid and sprayed on farm fields. This factory farm system is a major source of the potent greenhouse gas (GHG) methane. Yesterday, U.S.