by
Dr. Steve Suppan
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) requires companies registered to trade on U.S. stock exchanges to disclose financial statements and details of their business operations to investors and the public. In 2010, the SEC issued voluntary guidance on how SEC registrants should disclose climate-related financial information.
Corn field on a cloudy day
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Ben Lilliston
The $362 billion Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), expected to be approved this week by the House of Representatives, makes major new investments in a renewable energy transition and boosts climate-focused farm c
Solar panel over cornfield
by
Ben Lilliston
The Biden administration has talked more openly about the problems of unfair, concentrated markets than any recent administration.
Image of hundreds of white chickens in a crowded industrial poultry facility
by
Ben Lilliston
The following comment was summitted to the USDA regarding the proposed rule on the “Transparency in Poultry Growing Contracts and Tournaments” on August 1st, 2022. IATP supports the proposed rule and suggests several additions that would increase transparency and fairness for workers.
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Sophia Murphy
Ben Lilliston
For decades, mainstream climate debates largely ignored agriculture. Now, thankfully, the climate community has woken up to the importance of agriculture and food systems in tackling climate change. This short paper challenges some of the most popular of these false solutions to the climate crisis.
Image of an ethanol plant smokestack next to a corn field