Climate and agriculture: Recommendations for California's next governor

As states take the lead in responding to climate change, food and farming is often an afterthought. California is an exception. The state has included agriculture programs as part of its climate policy from the beginning. IATP spoke with Jeanne Merrill, the California Climate and Agriculture Network’s policy director, about the report’s findings and lessons for other states.  

Corporate responsibility and hurricane damage

Farmers and rural communities are now routinely hit with extreme weather events in this new age of climate change. As governments at the national, state and local level grapple with these challenges and costs, they should consider the financial responsibility of corporations who have knowingly increased our climate risk.