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Farm subsidies, not anti-hunger programs, should be focus of budget cuts
EWG report: As climate crisis worsens, a wetter Midwest is linked to climbing crop insurance costs
EWG investigation: Of $7.4B spent on two major USDA conservation programs, very little has flowed to ‘climate-smart’ farming
For farmers, historic $20 billion climate spending could save more than the planet
Historic $20 billion spending, in the Inflation Reduction Act, or IRA, to reduce greenhouse gases from agriculture could not only save the planet, it might also help preserve the good will most...
Senate bill to make historic climate-focused conservation investments
EWG speech at AEI on climate and agriculture
EWG Senior Vice President for Government Affairs Scott Faber delivered the following remarks before the American Enterprise Institute on Tuesday, April 12, 2022.
EWG analysis: As climate crisis accelerated, 10 Mississippi River basin counties raked in $3 billion in crop insurance payouts
EWG applauds USDA climate pilot projects, calls for Senate to pass Build Back Better Act
EWG analysis: Climate crisis has already cost taxpayers billions in crop insurance payouts to farmers
Build Back Better bill includes $27 billion for historic climate-focused conservation efforts
Cover crops, touted as a climate crisis solution, planted on only 1 in 20 acres of Corn Belt cropland
Fields of Filth: First Inventory of Hurricane’s Impact on N.C. Factory Farms
Hurricane Matthew's rampage through North Carolina's coastal plain flooded more than 140 feces-strewn swine and poultry barns, more than a dozen open pits brimming with hog waste and thousands of...
Fields of Filth: Landmark Report Maps Feces-Laden Hog and Chicken Operations in North Carolina
A first-of-its-kind interactive map revealing the locations of more than 6,500 concentrated animal feeding operations, or CAFOs, across the state of North Carolina was released today by Waterkeeper...