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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
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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
As part our monthly series on agroecological practices, science and movements, we’d like to highlight this story from our partners at ARC20202 in Europe. The German Free Bakers association explains their role in the local food chain and the need for institutional infrastructure as part of the agroecological transformation.
much more than our daily bread
This article is the first in a series of articles highlighting the work of our colleagues around the world to build agroecological practices, science and movements.
Agroecology in practice in Mexico
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Ben Lilliston
Governments met last week in Bonn, Germany to set the stage for the November U.N. Framework Conference on Climate Change (COP27) meeting in Egypt.
Emissions Impossible Europe Factory Farm
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Dr. Steve Suppan
The following comment was summitted to Securities and Exchange Commission Secretary Vanessa A. Countryman regarding the proposed rule on the “The Enhancement and Standardization of Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors” on June 17, 2022.  Dear Ms. Countryman,