Publication archives

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Dr. Steve Suppan
According to a recent study, there are 55 analogies used by policymakers to describe what “artificial intelligence” (AI) is and does. This semantic maelstrom is a factor in a robust U.S.
High Frequency Trading
by
Ben Lilliston
Most of us were fast asleep in the early hours of May 24 when the House Agriculture Committee approved its version of the Farm Bill. But not big agribusiness lobbyists, who surely celebrated into the morning after seeing their top priorities included in the bill.
corn harvest
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Lilly Richard
Eight months after the original deadline, there’s been some movement on the new Farm Bill — but political conflicts and agribusiness influence present a challenge.
The Farm Bill Uprooted
On May 23, 2024, IATP cohosted "Journey for Justice: A Global Movement to Empower Emerging Farmers" with the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs.
Journey for Justice Event Promo
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Sophie Scherger
The European Union’s new Carbon Removal Certification Framework (CRCF)1 is a legislative framework that will govern the generation of carbon removal and emission reduction certificates from various activities.
wheat field and sky
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Michael Happ
After much anticipation, the House of Representatives released a Farm Bill, nearly eight months behind schedule.
Farmer plants plows dusty field
Watch the recording of our May 13, 2024 webinar, Finding the Funding: Federal conservation and crop insurance policy takeaways in a Farm Bill year. 
Finding the funding webinar
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Dr. Steve Suppan
IATP sent the following letter to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) on April 24, 2024.