IATP Articles and Reports

Monsanto challenges Mexico glyphosate ban: IATP defends Mexico's right to regulate in the public interest

Since the Mexican government published its much-awaited presidential decree on New Year's Eve to restrict the use of the herbicide glyphosate and genetically modified corn, IATP has actively worked to defend the government against threats from U.S. agribusiness using the revised North American Free Trade Agreement, the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).

US and Canadian Groups Call for Ban on Face Masks Containing Toxic Nanomaterials

MINNEAPOLIS—Today, leading environmental and human health advocacy groups from the United States and Canada provided detailed evidence about face masks containing potentially toxic nanoscale materials in a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Food and Drug Administration (

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.