Join us for our Autumn Open House on Wednesday, October 19, at our Minneapolis office located in the historic Crosby Mansion.
Enjoy light appetizers and beverages as we engage in conversation in our historic home office. All are welcome, but space is limited. Please RSVP below today!
Get an update on our work, talk with fellow supporters and staff hear from IATP Executive Director Juliette Majot.
IATP’s continued work is possible because of your financial commitment and support—thank you for all you do. We look forward to seeing you on October 19th!
Questions? Contact Jillia Pesse
Thursday, September 8 | 3:30 CDT / 4:30 EDT
While nanotechnology and nanomaterials may be tiny, they have huge human and environmental health ramifications. A growing body of scientific research demonstrates that engineered nanoparticles pose threats to human health, raising concerns about their use in food and many other consumer products.
Despite these concerns, nanomaterials can be found in everything from baby formulas to candy to fertilizers, and are largely unapproved and unregulated by the government. Novel products create novel risks: for example, nanomateria
12:30 to 14:30 CEST
European Parliament Altiero Spinelli building (ASP)
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The organizing NGOs would like to invite you to a panel discussion and press briefing on a new study, Selling Off the Farm: Corporate’s Meat’s Takeover Through TTIP.
The meat industry is rapidly changing and with the EU negotiating a new trade agreement, the TransAtlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), with the U.S.—one of the largest meat producers and exporters—the landscape could shift even more. This panel discussion and launch on a new report, “Selling Off the Farm: Corporate Me
Join IATP and Common Good Books for the launch of IATP-advisor Rob Wallace's new book Big Farms Make Big Flu: Dispatches on Infectious Disease, Agribusiness, and the Nature of Science
“Using the wide-angle lens of political ecology, Rob Wallace demonstrates the central roles of the factory-farming and fast-food industries in the evolution of avian flu and other pandemics that threaten the entire planet.”—Mike Davis, author of City of Quartz and Planet of Slums
Thanks to breakthroughs in production and food science, agribusiness has been able to devise new ways to grow more food an