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ATP Issues Statement on Monsanto: Keep Armenia Free of GMOs

In response to news of the US Embassy hosting Monsanto in Yerevan, ATP founder Carolyn Mugar, director of Farm Aid, a US non-profit that works with family farmers, invoked the Precautionary Principle: "When an activity raises threats of harm to the environment or human health, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically." The first endorsement of the principle was in 1982 by the United Nations General Assembly. This is a good framework for science, innovation and public policy which the European Union has adopted, leading it to largely reject GMO crop production. ... read more

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ATP's Award Winning Education Program Highlights Climate Change in Youth Newsletter

WOBURN, MA--Climate change is one of the most far-reaching threats facing humanity today. It is already having costly global effects--including in Armenia--on natural systems, public health, and our economy. Some of the effects described by the Union of Concerned Scientists include longer and more damaging wildfire seasons, more destructive hurricanes, more frequent and intense heat waves, growing public health effects, an increase in extreme weather events, and disruptions to food supplies. ... read more

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Remembering Bash Aparan, and Building a Green Sustainable Armenia

WOBURN, MA--Last month Armenian communities around the world commemorated the 99th anniversary of the battle of Bash Aparan. On May 21, 1918, an Ottoman Turkish division attacked Armenian forces at Bash Aparan, with the intent of pushing towards Yerevan. After three days of fierce combat, the Armenians, led by General Drastamat Kanayan, known as General Dro, began to repel the Turkish regiments, and they retreated on May 29, 1918. The victory at Bash Aparan, along with Armenian success at Saradarabad and Karakilisa, was instrumental in leading to the formation of the First Republic of Armenia. ... read more

Transforming the Armenian
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 BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY
Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY
 
 
Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 
 

Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 
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ATP Issues Statement on Monsanto: Keep Armenia Free of GMOs

In response to news of the US Embassy hosting Monsanto in Yerevan, ATP founder Carolyn Mugar, director of Farm Aid, a US non-profit that works with family farmers, invoked the Precautionary Principle: "When an activity raises threats of harm to the environment or human health, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically." The first endorsement of the principle was in 1982 by the United Nations General Assembly. This is a good framework for science, innovation and public policy which the European Union has adopted, leading it to largely reject GMO crop production. ... read more

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ATP's Award Winning Education Program Highlights Climate Change in Youth Newsletter

WOBURN, MA--Climate change is one of the most far-reaching threats facing humanity today. It is already having costly global effects--including in Armenia--on natural systems, public health, and our economy. Some of the effects described by the Union of Concerned Scientists include longer and more damaging wildfire seasons, more destructive hurricanes, more frequent and intense heat waves, growing public health effects, an increase in extreme weather events, and disruptions to food supplies. ... read more

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Remembering Bash Aparan, and Building a Green Sustainable Armenia

WOBURN, MA--Last month Armenian communities around the world commemorated the 99th anniversary of the battle of Bash Aparan. On May 21, 1918, an Ottoman Turkish division attacked Armenian forces at Bash Aparan, with the intent of pushing towards Yerevan. After three days of fierce combat, the Armenians, led by General Drastamat Kanayan, known as General Dro, began to repel the Turkish regiments, and they retreated on May 29, 1918. The victory at Bash Aparan, along with Armenian success at Saradarabad and Karakilisa, was instrumental in leading to the formation of the First Republic of Armenia. ... read more

Transforming the Armenian
Landscape

 BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY
Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY
 
 
Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 
 

Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 
Sample Image

ATP Issues Statement on Monsanto: Keep Armenia Free of GMOs

In response to news of the US Embassy hosting Monsanto in Yerevan, ATP founder Carolyn Mugar, director of Farm Aid, a US non-profit that works with family farmers, invoked the Precautionary Principle: "When an activity raises threats of harm to the environment or human health, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically." The first endorsement of the principle was in 1982 by the United Nations General Assembly. This is a good framework for science, innovation and public policy which the European Union has adopted, leading it to largely reject GMO crop production. ... read more

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ATP's Award Winning Education Program Highlights Climate Change in Youth Newsletter

WOBURN, MA--Climate change is one of the most far-reaching threats facing humanity today. It is already having costly global effects--including in Armenia--on natural systems, public health, and our economy. Some of the effects described by the Union of Concerned Scientists include longer and more damaging wildfire seasons, more destructive hurricanes, more frequent and intense heat waves, growing public health effects, an increase in extreme weather events, and disruptions to food supplies. ... read more

Sample Image

Remembering Bash Aparan, and Building a Green Sustainable Armenia

WOBURN, MA--Last month Armenian communities around the world commemorated the 99th anniversary of the battle of Bash Aparan. On May 21, 1918, an Ottoman Turkish division attacked Armenian forces at Bash Aparan, with the intent of pushing towards Yerevan. After three days of fierce combat, the Armenians, led by General Drastamat Kanayan, known as General Dro, began to repel the Turkish regiments, and they retreated on May 29, 1918. The victory at Bash Aparan, along with Armenian success at Saradarabad and Karakilisa, was instrumental in leading to the formation of the First Republic of Armenia. ... read more

Transforming the Armenian
Landscape

 BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY
Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY
 
 
Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 
 

Transforming the Armenian Landscape

 
Sample Image

ATP Issues Statement on Monsanto: Keep Armenia Free of GMOs

In response to news of the US Embassy hosting Monsanto in Yerevan, ATP founder Carolyn Mugar, director of Farm Aid, a US non-profit that works with family farmers, invoked the Precautionary Principle: "When an activity raises threats of harm to the environment or human health, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically." The first endorsement of the principle was in 1982 by the United Nations General Assembly. This is a good framework for science, innovation and public policy which the European Union has adopted, leading it to largely reject GMO crop production. ... read more

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ATP's Award Winning Education Program Highlights Climate Change in Youth Newsletter

WOBURN, MA--Climate change is one of the most far-reaching threats facing humanity today. It is already having costly global effects--including in Armenia--on natural systems, public health, and our economy. Some of the effects described by the Union of Concerned Scientists include longer and more damaging wildfire seasons, more destructive hurricanes, more frequent and intense heat waves, growing public health effects, an increase in extreme weather events, and disruptions to food supplies. ... read more

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Remembering Bash Aparan, and Building a Green Sustainable Armenia

WOBURN, MA--Last month Armenian communities around the world commemorated the 99th anniversary of the battle of Bash Aparan. On May 21, 1918, an Ottoman Turkish division attacked Armenian forces at Bash Aparan, with the intent of pushing towards Yerevan. After three days of fierce combat, the Armenians, led by General Drastamat Kanayan, known as General Dro, began to repel the Turkish regiments, and they retreated on May 29, 1918. The victory at Bash Aparan, along with Armenian success at Saradarabad and Karakilisa, was instrumental in leading to the formation of the First Republic of Armenia. ... read more


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