by
Dr. Steve Suppan
The following article was originally published on February 9, 2022 by the Global Financial Markets Center of the Duke University School of Law.
Carbon Markets: Reducing Carbon Emissions or Missing the Mark?
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Dr. Steve Suppan
To read the full comments submitted on February 18, 2022, please download a copy of the comments here. 
by
Michael Happ
To read the full letter to USDA Chief of Natural Resources Conservation Service Terry Cosby, download a PDF of the letter. 
by
Sophia Murphy
It is not easy to describe systems thinking. After all, the very heart of a systems approach is the opposite of simple: complexity. That is exactly why IATP chooses a systems approach — because in complexity, we find the possibility of transformative change. Beware “win-win” solutions and silver bullets.
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Karen Hansen-Kuhn
The first formal trade dispute under the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), the renegotiated version of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), is moving to a new phase, with a legally-binding panel decision against Canada’s allocation of dairy Tariff Rate Quotas (TRQs)
Dairy in Crisis: TPP Dumping on Dairy Farmers
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Sharon Anglin Treat
To read the full testimony of Sharon Treat for the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy supporting LD 1911, "An Act To Prohibit the Contamination of Clean Soils with So-called Forever Chemicals" sponsored by Representative William Pluecker before the Maine Legislature’s Environment and Natural Resources Committee on January 24, 2022,
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Sharon Anglin Treat
The following comments were submitted to the Maine Board of Pesticides Control on January 14. Download the comment here. 
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Sharon Anglin Treat
On January 14, 2022, IATP submitted comments on rules proposed by the Maine Board of Pesticides Control to require disclosure by pesticide manufacturers about whether their products contain Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS), and to ban stor
PFAS foam