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Radio Sustain: June 10, 2010

Author Maryn McKenna discusses MRSA, the topic of her new book SUPERBUG, and how reducing our reliance on antibiotics in agriculture could help stop resistant strains like MRSA. Lindy Bannister, GM of the Wedge Community Coop in Minneapolis, discusses her recent trip to China with IATP President Jim Harkness.

Radio Sustain: May 10, 2010

In the latest episode of Radio Sustain we speak with Dan Grewe from Compatible Technology International, about post-harvest technology for developing countries, IATP's Kathleen Schuler discusses the Safe Chemicals Act of 2010, and Steve Suppan explains what nanotechnology is and why we need a more informed regulatory framework.

Radio Sustain: April 1, 2010

Agriculture is everywhere: sustainable food in China, free trade and food security in West Africa, and flooding in the Iowa river valley. And, what are the USDA and Department of Justice workshops on concentration in agriculture really all about?

Radio Sustain: February 22, 2010

Radio Sustain's Child Nutrition Edition: Former USDA official Rod Leonard discusses the origins of the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program, Director of Nutrition for Minneapolis Public Schools Rosemary Dederichs talks about new USDA child nutrition standards, and JoAnne Berkenkamp fills us in on the state of farm to school in Minnesota.

Radio Sustain: September 11, 2009

In this edition of Radio Sustain, Brother David Andrews discusses international needs for human rights to food and water, Wayne Roberts explains the value of food policy councils in promoting civic support for sustainability, and filmmaker Ana Joanes discuss her documentary "Fresh."

Radio Sustain: March 31, 2009

In this edition of Radio Sustain, Atina Diffley discusses organic agriculture and biodiversity, Woody Tasch explains slow money, and Larissa Lockwood and Tom Fewins talk about slow travel.

Radio Sustain: February 18, 2009

Dr. David Wallinga on mercury and high fructose corn syrup, Alexandra Spieldoch on the Madrid High-Level Meeting on Food Security for All, Kathleen Schuler on Healthy Legacy's goals for this legislative session, and Alexandra Strickner on the latest World Social Forum.