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Eating Matters
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Food has emerged as a critical policy area – and it raises big questions about health, labor, sustainability and our collective future. Join host Jenna Liut for conversations with food policy experts and leaders about the issues that shape our everyday experiences of buying, cooking and eating food.
 
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DIGEST - Food News in 10min or less
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Ever feel overwhelmed by the amount of articles in your newfeed? Want to stay informed about the important food stories of the day? We got you. Jaq Gleason will run down & analyze the top stories each week so you can digest them in 10 minutes or less. --- A Real food Real Talk Podcast
 
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What Doesn't Kill You
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Food production is a curious business. It seems so straightforward, and yet it is so nuanced, layered, complex, and political. What Doesn’t Kill You; Food Industry Insights endeavors to identify and explain some of the key issues in our food system through interviews with journalists, authors, scientists, activists, and industry experts. Water rights, meat and agricultural production, food waste, labor issues, and new technologies are just some of the topics explored so we can better underst ...
 
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The Farm Report
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Agriculture news and insights for the curious mind. Learn about growing cycles, economic impact and the infrastructure that makes (or doesn't) our food system work. Take a peak behind the scenes with the farmers, educators and advocates working to build a better food future.
 
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FARE Talk - Food, Agricultural and Resource Economic Discussions
 
Enduring conversation about contemporary topics relevant to food, agricultural, and resource economics.
 
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Mad Hat Economics
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A podcast discussing different behavioral anomalies related to economics, marketing, psychology, public policy, consumer preference and food science. Hosted by Cornell University graduate students.
 
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Chewing
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Food and health podcast by Chicago Tribune Food & Dining reporter Louisa Chu and WBEZ Food & Health reporter Monica Eng.
 
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Chewing the Fat
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From WBEZ Chicago, Chewing the Fat is a weekly podcast with food journalists Louisa Chu and Monica Eng. Together they tackle cooking, dining, culture food policy, culinary characters and more.
 
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Mad Hat Economics
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A podcast discussing different behavioral anomalies related to economics, marketing, psychology, public policy, consumer preference and food science
 
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Farm And Ranch Country (Bill Graff)
 
Discuss agriculture with emphasis on farm policy, ag programs, commercial production, farm bill & economics of food
 
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The Takeout
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Politics, policy and a side of pop culture: Major Garrett and company serve up a balanced diet of serious discussion, humor and food...for thought.
 
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IFPRI Podcasts
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The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) seeks sustainable solutions for ending hunger and poverty.
 
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Risky Business Podcasts
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Setnor Byer Insurance & Risk, together with Premier Agents Group, present Risky Business, a monthly podcast with an insider's view of insurance industry news, market conditions, and best practices in risk management. Listen regularly to hear our panel Talking Insurance in a New Kind of Way.
 
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What Doesn't Kill You
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Food production is a curious business. It seems so straightforward, and yet it is so nuanced, layered, complex, and political. What Doesn’t Kill You; Food Industry Insights endeavors to identify and explain some of the key issues in our food system through interviews with journalists, authors, scientists, activists, and industry experts. Water rights, meat and agricultural production, food waste, labor issues, and new technologies are just some of the topics explored so we can better underst ...
 
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Nutrition Talk
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Nutrition Talk is a part of the Nutrition Internet Radio Project at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University
 
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Progressive Kitch
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We delve into every aspect of conscious eating, food policy, food ethics, and healthy plant-based cooking. Join us!
 
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Eating Matters
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Food has emerged as a critical policy area – and it raises big questions about health, labor, sustainability and our collective future. Join host Jenna Liut for conversations with food policy experts and leaders about the issues that shape our everyday experiences of buying, cooking and eating food.
 
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Mad Hat Economics
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Mad Hat Economics is a podcast started by Cornell grad students where experts discuss different behavioral anomalies related to economics, marketing, psychology, public policy, consumer preference and food science.
 
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IFPRI Podcast
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The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) provides research-based policy solutions to sustainably reduce poverty and end hunger and malnutrition in developing countries. Established in 1975, IFPRI currently has more than 600 employees working in over 50 countries. It is a research center of CGIAR, a worldwide partnership engaged in agricultural research for development.
 
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The Farm Report
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Erin Fairbanks, Executive Director of HeritageRadioNetwork.org, explores building a strong community and sustainable farm system. Each week on The Farm Report, Erin digs into the nitty-gritty of agriculture with the people producing our food. Conversations with the nations most important agents for change may explore distribution networks, dissect policy issues, or other current issues in the world of agriculture and food.
 
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Just Food
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The Berkeley Food Institute is an interdisciplinary research center at the University of California, Berkeley. Through our research, policy, and education programs, we seek to transform food systems to expand access to healthy, affordable food and promote sustainable and equitable food production. We empower new leaders with the capacity to cultivate diverse, just, resilient, and healthy food systems.
 
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CiTR -- The City
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Each week host and producer Andrew Longhurst provides listeners with an alternative look at our changing urban spaces in this weekly urban affairs show. The program includes news, interviews, discussions, documentaries, and music. You'll find critical discussions of the people, politics, policies, and processes shaping urban geographies on issues ranging from gentrification to food security to urban economic change.
 
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Target Zero Hunger
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TARGET: Zero Hunger is a monthly podcast on the stories, issues and policies at the root of global food security. With the latest research and the help of farmers, development experts and decision-makers around the world, each episode sheds a light on different parts of our food systems.
 
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Down to Agribusiness
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Hear from leading industry experts across the value chain on the latest topics and trends affecting global agribusiness. We cover the topics you need to hear about in agribusiness from all angles, including agri commodities and food, seed and crop protection, fertilizers, and policy and regulation.
 
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Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
 
CIFOR conducts global research on forest and climate change, adaptation, redd, indigenous groups, deforestation, gender, dry forests, food security, illegal logging, governance, biodiversity. The Center for International Forestry Research is a nonprofit, global facility dedicated to advancing human wellbeing, environmental conservation and equity. We conduct research that enables more informed and equitable decision making about the use and management of forests in less-developed countries.O ...
 
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An Economy Of One
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From the rising cost of food and education to the real impact of the health care changes and the Fed's loose money policy on your personal finances, Gary R
 
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Food Warriors
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Welcome to Food Warriors: the podcast that is transforming how we think about our food. Food Warriors are entrepreneurs, farmers, educators, policy shifters, chefs and eaters who are paving the way to transform our food system. We've saved you a spot at our lunch table to hear the most innovative solutions to our greatest food challenges, from wasted food to food security. Hear the stories that fueled their mission and then get clear, actionable steps you can start using today. Get ready to ...
 
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The Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy Official Podcast
 
This is the official podcast of the Texas Interfaith Center for Public Policy. The TICPP is a faith-based 501c3 nonprofit with a mission to help people of faith participate faithfully and effectively in public policy discussions concerning broad religious social concerns through non-partisan education on policy issues and training in civic participation.From food and mental health to the theology of creation care, the Interfaith Center is committed to developing people of faith into well-edu ...
 
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Rock or Roll? with Cody and Kyle
 
Hi everyone! Welcome to Rock Or Roll with Cody and Kyle, a podcast in which we discuss and debate the question of "Rock or Roll?" In each episode Cody and Kyle will investigate through vigorous research and open debate whether something is Rock or Roll. The definitions of these terms are inexact. The question itself is one of many parameters: aesthetics, emotions, taste, and economics. Subjects for debate can range from music, to food, to TV shows, to clothes, or even to law and policy. By d ...
 
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For Your Ears Only (On Air)
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In addition to guests from across the right-left spectrum on critical policy and political issues, FOR YOUR EARS ONLY presents news and views on a broad range of other important and engaging topics: health, science, technology, the economy, food, arts and entertainment.
 
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The Farm Report
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Thursdays at 1:00PM Erin Fairbanks, Executive Director of HeritageRadioNetwork.org, explores building a strong community and sustainable farm system. Each week on The Farm Report, Erin digs into the nitty-gritty of agriculture with the people producing our food. Conversations with the nations most important agents for change may explore distribution networks, dissect policy issues, or other current issues in the world of agriculture and food. In 2005, Erin left the Midwest and her post at Zi ...
 
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Philosophy Bakes Bread, Radio Show & Podcast
 
Philosophy Bakes Bread, "food for thought about life and leadership, is a production of the Society of Philosophers in America (SOPHIA), which airs first on WRFL Lexington, 88.1 FM, is subsequently released as a podcast. Philosophy Bakes Bread aims to showcase the public importance of philosophy, both for our everyday lives and for leadership in the policy world. Co-hosts Dr. Eric Thomas Weber and Dr. Anthony Cashio speak with guests each Monday at 2pm Eastern, with episodes to subscribe to ...
 
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Chef Chronicles Pd's podcast
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A weekly podcast about everyday life in the hospitality industry. Our goal is to educate our viewers about food culture through the eyes of a Chef! This show will feature personal interviews, review new policies in the food world, cover local food events, and so much more! Hosted by Chef Chris Faison. Make sure to tune in each week, you won't want to miss out!
 
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ISGP's "The Forum"
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"The Forum," a series of audio podcasts by the Institute on Science for Global Policy (ISGP), summarizes debates between scientific experts and stakeholders over hot-button science policy topics such as food safety, infectious disease, and climate change. Using entertaining and engaging conversations, each episode puts you in-the-know regarding how these scientific issues pertain to your daily life without requiring you to break out your old college textbooks. The Forum is truly where today' ...
 
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Pizza Party
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Thursdays at 2:00PM EST “Pizza Party” is a radio show dedicated to bringing you pizza as you’ve never seen, heard, or tasted it before. The humble Italian dish is actually quite the mover and shaker: it was the first official Bitcoin purchase; a frequent artistic muse; the heart of school food policy’s dysfunction; and the subject of Wall Street Journal investigations. Every week, we order a Roberta’s pie (or two) and share it with experts, all while dishing on the freshest, hottest pizza ne ...
 
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Eating Matters
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Food has emerged as a critical policy area– and it raises big questions about health, labor, sustainability and our collective future. Join host Kim Kessler for conversations with food policy experts and leaders about the issues that shape our everyday experiences of buying, cooking and eating food.
 
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Redesigning Society w Powerhouse Guests
 
The 'Redesigning Society Podcast' includes guests such as Gregg Braden, Geoff Lawton, Rupert Sheldrake, Michael Tellinger, Fred Alan Wolf, Ellen Brown, Greg Carlwood and Max Igan. It captures expert perspectives on the current state of societal affairs, as well as the collective change we desperately need both philosophically and practically. It also aims to amplify mainstream engagement in how we should globally move forward for ourselves and our future generations.Whilst Season 2 is curren ...
 
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Veritas News Network - Truth is Trending
 
Truth is trending on the Veritas News Network! VNN is an online publication featuring the news and is dedicated to in-depth investigative reporting with a consumer advocacy focus. Our Managing Editor is a veteran investigative journalist who has won dozens of awards. Several categories of news are featured on the Veritas News Network include Citizen Journalism, Consumer News, Ripoffs & Scams, Consumer Advocacy, World News, US News, Crime, Economic News, Editorial & Opinion, Education, Health ...
 
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Inside School Food
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A showcase for fresh insights that are making a difference, and progressive solutions that really work. Peer leaders from across the nation share their stories about fighting hunger, coping with regulation, and meeting sustainability goals. About winning kids over and changing lives with creative menus packed with fresh whole food. Need help keeping up with emerging school nutrition policy, legislation, and research? We’ve got that covered, too. From the Heritage Radio Network.
 
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Food Standards Agency Open Board Meetings
 
The Food Standards Agency is an independent UK Government department set up to protect the public's health and consumer interests in relation to food. These podcasts provide complete coverage of the Open Board Meetings. Open meetings of the FSA Board give the public an opportunity to learn how the Board goes about discussing the Agency's policies and reviewing its work.
 
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Food Standards Agency Open Board Meetings Podcast
 
The Food Standards Agency is an independent UK Government department set up by an Act of Parliament in 2000 to protect the public's health and consumer interests in relation to food. These regularly updated podcasts provide complete coverage of the Open Board Meetings. Open meetings of the FSA Board give the public an opportunity to learn how the Board goes about discussing the Agency's policies and reviewing its work
 
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Red Eye Podcast
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Each week the greatest minds of our generation come to together to discuss politics, economics, foreign policy and other important issues. You can listen to them somewhere else. On the Red Eye podcast, Tom Shillue, TV’s Andy Levy, Tim Dimond and Ben Kissel chat about pop culture, share personal stories, and most likely talk about tacos or other food related subjects.
 
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Red Eye Podcast
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Each week the greatest minds of our generation come to together to discuss politics, economics, foreign policy and other important issues. You can listen to them somewhere else. On the Red Eye podcast, Tom Shillue, TV’s Andy Levy, Tim Dimond and Ben Kissel chat about pop culture, share personal stories, and most likely talk about tacos or other food related subjects.
 
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Red Eye Podcast
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Each week the greatest minds of our generation come to together to discuss politics, economics, foreign policy and other important issues. You can listen to them somewhere else. On the Red Eye podcast, Tom Shillue, TV’s Andy Levy, Tim Dimond and Ben Kissel chat about pop culture, share personal stories, and most likely talk about tacos or other food related subjects.
 
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What Doesn't Kill You
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Mondays at 12:00PM EST The theme song for What Doesn't Kill You is "I Get By" by Dead Stars What Doesn't Kill You; a program that explores the policies, professionals, and performance of the food industry in the 21st century. Katy Keiffer is a well-rounded food professional with decades of experience in many aspects of the business. She worked as a cook, a caterer and a butcher. She trained in France in a small bistro, where she was given the task of plucking and eviscerating game birds befo ...
 
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Inside School Food
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A showcase for fresh insights that are making a difference, and progressive solutions that really work. Peer leaders from across the nation share their stories about fighting hunger, coping with regulation, and meeting sustainability goals. About winning kids over and changing lives with creative menus packed with fresh whole food. Need help keeping up with emerging school nutrition policy, legislation, and research? We’ve got that covered, too. From the Heritage Radio Network.
 
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Crisis (Forced Migration Review 45)
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Many people who are displaced, or become ‘trapped’, in the context of diverse humanitarian crises do not fit well within existing legal, policy and operational frameworks for the protection of refugees and IDPs. This raises questions about whether there needs to be – or can be – more systematic ways of dealing with assistance and protection for people affected by ‘crises’ such as environmental disruption, gang violence, nuclear disasters, food shortages and so on. FMR 45 contains 33 articles ...
 
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We are eating more meat than at any other time in history, and the largest environmental impact actually comes from what the animals are being fed, says Duncan Williamson, food policy manager for the World Wildlife Fund UKBy info@therealnews.com(The Real News Network).
 
Mohammad Othman watched through a hole in the wall as the last ISIS fighters filed out of the Syrian city of Raqqa in a convoy of trucks and cars. Exhausted, beaten and bedraggled, like the city itself, their departure marked a symbolic end to the self-declared caliphate — the fall of ISIS’ de facto capital was complete. The Kurdish and Arab fi ...…
 
Philando Castile was known as “Mr. Phil” to the students at J.J. Hill Montessori Magnet in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he worked as a nutrition services supervisor. Last month, more than one year after Officer Jeronimo Yanez shot and killed Castile during a traffic stop, Pamela Fergus, a psychology professor at a community college in Minnesota l ...…
 
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WashingTECH Tech Policy Podcast with Joe Miller
 
Bio Karan Chopra (@karchopra) a is Executive Vice President and Co-Founder of Opportunity@Work, where he provides leadership on strategic direction and execution of Opportunity@Work’s priorities and the TechHire initiative. He co-founded Opportunity@Work because he believes that meaningful work is not just a matter of economic wellbeing but of ...…
 
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Natural Solutions with Dr. Jay
 
NSDJ63 Father Richard Mapplebeckpalmer Conversation Father Richard Mapplebeckpalmer Interviewed by Jay Sordean. In this freeranging and yet structured interview and discussion, old friends –Father Richard Mapplebeckpalmer (aka Father Richard) and Dr. Jay –have a chance to muse and ponder on many topics that may or may not have anything to do wi ...…
 
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Your High Vibration Life Podcast – GreenSmoothieGirl
 
Meet my friends, Ryan and Teddy Sternagel, who tell their story of how their child healed from cancer while avoiding conventional medicine. Their son, Ryder, was diagnosed when he was a baby with Stage IV cancer. He had a tumor larger than his kidney growing inside and out of his spinal canal and two secondary tumors, all of which had metastasi ...…
 
”Careers in Global Development“ is a monthly series featuring U.S. senior-level, multilateral and NGO officials who have worked in the field of development for at least twenty years. The series is aimed at young professionals who are interested in working in development and will include a one-hour dialogue on both the specific expertise of the ...…
 
There is no feature interview in this week’s show – it was a long weekend here in Australia plus a few things came up. But we’ve got a great show for you anyway. We’ll be discussing the week’s news headlines with Adam Boileau who’s back on deck after a short break, and then we’ll get straight into this week’s sponsor interview with Lee Weiner o ...…
 
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Cybersecurity and Technology - Video
 
Innovation and technology are increasingly at the heart of economic growth around the world and will be crucial tools for addressing emerging issues such as global urbanization and growing demand for food, energy, and water. In this report, CSIS and RTI International assess the challenges and opportunities facing developing countries as they pu ...…
 
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Cybersecurity and Technology - Audio
 
Innovation and technology are increasingly at the heart of economic growth around the world and will be crucial tools for addressing emerging issues such as global urbanization and growing demand for food, energy, and water. In this report, CSIS and RTI International assess the challenges and opportunities facing developing countries as they pu ...…
 
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American Conservative University Podcast
 
Show 1948 Part 1 Dead Wrong with Johan Norberg This ACU show consists of many short videos from Johan Norberg. To watch the playlist of these videos visit- https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTplBPPoWdX2-vY3p-MkBIaTkSXJiM1AB From the Free To Choose Network For their great video archive visit- https://www.youtube.com/user/FreeToChooseNetwork ...…
 
Smallholder farmers are key actors in the global food system, producing roughly 80 percent of the food consumed in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. Yet, the voices of smallholders are often neglected by policy makers when trade deals are negotiated or regulations are established. Increasing the participation of smallholder farmers in agricultural t ...…
 
Smallholder farmers are key actors in the global food system, producing roughly 80 percent of the food consumed in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. Yet, the voices of smallholders are often neglected by policy makers when trade deals are negotiated or regulations are established. Increasing the participation of smallholder farmers in agricultural t ...…
 
Smallholder farmers are key actors in the global food system, producing roughly 80 percent of the food consumed in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. Yet, the voices of smallholders are often neglected by policy makers when trade deals are negotiated or regulations are established. Increasing the participation of smallholder farmers in agricultural t ...…
 
Smallholder farmers are key actors in the global food system, producing roughly 80 percent of the food consumed in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. Yet, the voices of smallholders are often neglected by policy makers when trade deals are negotiated or regulations are established. Increasing the participation of smallholder farmers in agricultural t ...…
 
Smallholder farmers are key actors in the global food system, producing roughly 80 percent of the food consumed in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. Yet, the voices of smallholders are often neglected by policy makers when trade deals are negotiated or regulations are established. Increasing the participation of smallholder farmers in agricultural t ...…
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Bettina Siegel, J.D., School food activist, named one of the 20 Most Influential Moms and author of The Lunch Tray blog, describes her work to improve school lunch, and national policies affecting childrens food, including the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act The Lunch TrayBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Lisa Kivirist, Food and Society Policy Fellow, national advocate for women in sustainable agriculture, and co-author of \'Farmstead Chef,\' including recipes and stories to \'restore the planet and revitalize our lives\' Farmstead ChefBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Alan Guebert, award-winning agricultural journalist, author of the nationally syndicated weekly column, The Farm and Food File, and co-author of The Land of Milk and Uncle Honey: Memories from the Farm of My Youth, shares his insights on the impacts of U.S. farm and food policies The Land of Milk and Uncle Honey…
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest JoAnne Berkenkamp, Institute of Agriculture and Trade Policy, Program Director for Local Foods IATPBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Grace Gershuny, organic farmer and author of Organic Revolutionary: A Memoir of the Movement for Real Food, Planetary Healing and Human Liberation, describes her work with USDA developing organic policy, and explains how organic certification helps farmers, consumers and our planet Organic Revolutionary…
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Kathleen Schuler, Senior Policy Analyst, Food and Health Program, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy IATPBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest John Peck, Ph.D., Executive Director of Family Farm Defenders discusses farmers rights, food security, food sovereignty, and the effects of global free vs. fair food trade policies on food labels, food safety, economics and human rights Family Farm DefendersBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Jennifer Harris, Ph.D. MBA, Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity, Yale University, talks about her research into the extent and psychological impact of children exposure to food advertising and encourages parent advocacy Rudd Roots ParentsBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Sheldon Krimsky, Ph.D., professor of urban and environmental policy and planning at Tufts University and co-editor of The GMO Deception: What You Need to Know about the Food, Corporations, and Government Agencies Putting Our Families and Our Environment at Risk, helps us rethink messages about the research and safety ...…
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Jaydee Hansen: Senior Policy Analyst for the Center for Food Safety discusses how nanotechnology is being applied to foods and food-related products, and lack of regulation Center for Food SafetyBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Anthony Flaccavento. Organic farmer, former Food and Society Policy Fellow, and candidate for Representative of Virginias 9th District discusses progressive sustainable policies Anthony FlaccaventoBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda - guest Ferd Hoefner, Policy Director, National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition, food safety legislation update Food Safety NewsBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Marion Nestle, Ph.D., food policy guru and author of What to Eat and Food Politics, discusses her most recent book, Why Calories Count: From Science to Politics. Tune in to learn the best way to shed unwanted pounds Food PoliticsBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Steve Suppan, Ph.D., author of the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy report: Nanomaterials In Soil: Our Future Food Chain? IATPBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Bill Freese, Science Policy Analyst, Center for Food Safety, discusses the science and regulation of genetically engineered (GE/GMO) crops, the failed promises of GE crops and new 2-4,D resistant traits which await government approval Genetically Engineered CropsBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Patrick Woodall, Senior Policy Advocate for Food and Water Watch. The meat packer monopoly and how it affects consumer choice Food and Water WatchBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Margo Wootan, Ph.D., Director of Nutrition Policy, Center for Science in the Public Interest, featured in the film, Fed Up, discusses food marketing directed towards children and strategies for parents CSPIBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest David Wallinga, M.D., M.P.A., Senior Advisor in Science, Food and Health, at the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, discusses the health impacts of our industrialized food system on neurological development, with specific attention to the link between food, our environment and autism Healthy Food Action…
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Ladonna Redmond, Senior Program Associate for Food and Justice, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy Food and CommunityBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Laura Lengnick, Ph.D., soil scientist and author of Resilient Agriculture: Cultivating Food Systems for a Changing Climate, discusses the Paris climate talks, and necessary shifts in agriculture and policies to set the table of tomorrow. Part II Regeneration InternationalBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - Sarah Clark, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy. The impact of NAFTA on public health Healthy Food ActionBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Jahi Chappel, Ph.D. Director of Agroecology and Agriculture Policy at the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, talks about Deepening Food Democracy, the report he co-authored Deepening Food DemocracyBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Faith Boninger, Ph.D., National Education Policy Center, discusses the full cost of commercialization of public education and food and beverage marketing in schools NEPCBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda - guest Charlotte Vallaeys, Farm and Food Policy Analyst, Cornucopia Institute CornucopiaBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Doug Crabtree, M.S., organic heirloom grain and pulse (legumes, lentils, beans, peas) farmer, explains his conservation-based land ethic for sustainable food production, and farm policies he would change to create greater national food security. The United Nations declared 2016 the international year of pulses. Intern ...…
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Megan Lott, Associate Policy Director, Community Food Security Coalition. Policy updates Community Food Security CoalitionBy kopnwebmaster@mac.com.
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Joe Maxwell, Vice President of Outreach and Engagement for the Humane Society of the United States, and former MO State Representative, State Senator, and Lieutenant Governor. From protecting natural resources to stopping ag-gag laws, Maxwell describes his work with the Humane Society, and discusses the policies drivi ...…
 
Melinda Hemmelgarn - guest Jessica Almy, M.S., J.D., Deputy Director of Nutrition Policy, Center for Science in the Public Interest, discusses Rigged: Supermarket Shelves for Sale, a behind-the-scenes expose of how food companies get their products featured in particular locations in supermarkets Supermarket Shelves for Sale…
 
Thanks to the Land Institute for sponsoring this video! To learn more about their work, visit https://landinstitute.org/To feed everyone in the future, we may need to disrupt 10,000 years of farming practices and turn agriculture into a closed system.Thanks also to our supporters on https://www.patreon.com/MinuteEarth___________________________ ...…
 
Guest The Yarra Riverkeeper, Andrew Kelly, about the new legislation and the next steps in implementation regarding the Yarra River Protection Wilip-gin Birrarung murron Act, marking the first time the Woi-Wurrung language of the Wurundgeri people appears in an act of the Victorian Parliament.Associate Professor Kaye Mehta from Flinders Univers ...…
 
Dr. Sylvain Charlebois, Professor, Food Distribution and Policy, Dalhousie University
 
“Careers in Global Development” is a monthly series featuring U.S. senior-level, multilateral and NGO officials who have worked in the field of development for at least twenty years. The series is aimed at young professionals who are interested in working in development and will include a one-hour dialogue on both the specific expertise of the ...…
 
Mike Taylor is a senior fellow at the Meridian Institute and an advisor to the Food and Society Program at the Aspen Institute. His primary interests are food safety globally and food security in Africa and other developing regions. Until June 1, 2016, Mr. Taylor was Deputy Commissioner for Foods and Veterinary Medicine at the U.S. Food and Dru ...…
 
Should you give your child juice?A new policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) states that fruit juice provides no nutritional benefit for children under one year and should not be included in their diets. Babies need mother’s milk or infant formula in the first year of life. Fruit juice doesn’t provide anything new. It c ...…
 
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