by
Sophie Scherger
In December 2021, the European Commission (EC) released its plan for EU-wide legislation that aims to certify carbon credits for CO2 removals, also referred to as the Carbon Removal Certification Framework (CRCF).
Agriculture and Climate—The Critical Connection
by
Timothy Wise
The following article was originally published by Food Tank on May 4, 2022. 
AGRA USAID Food Sovereignty
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Dr. Steve Suppan
Watch a recording of a presentation delivered by IATP's Dr. Steve Suppan above titled "Nano-enabled RNAi based pesticides: Modes of Action, risks and regulation."
Pesticides; Policies Concerning Products Containing Nanoscale Materials
Rising Emissions: Misleading investors and the public  "Some government and business leaders are saying one thing – but doing another. Simply put, they are lying – and the results will be catastrophic." UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres
Cattle and climate change
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Shefali Sharma
IATP’s new emissions estimates for JBS — the world’s largest meat processor — find that the Brazil-based company increased its emissions by 51% in five years.
JBS logo
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Dr. Steve Suppan
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released a proposed rule on mandatory corporate disclosure of climate-related financial risks in March 2022. The proposed rule will require all publicly traded companies, including major food and agriculture corporations, to disclose their annual climate emissions and other information relevant to investors.
Flooding and water damage on farm field