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Kari Hamerschlag

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Senior Program Manager

Local Address: Berkeley, California, United States
Friends of the Earth
1100 15Th Street NW 11Th Floor
Washington Dc, District of Columbia 20005
United States

Company Description: We are committed to the promotion and protection of native forests and timber production methods that rehabilitate degraded lands. We aim to protect high...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Masters degrees , Latin American Studies and City and Regional Planning
    UC/Berkeley
  • Masters , Latin American studies and city and regional Planning
    University of California , Berkeley
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Kari Hamerschlag, senior ...
www.foodmanufacturing.com, 2 Oct 2014 [cached]
Kari Hamerschlag, senior program manager with Friends of the Earth's Food and Technology Program, said: "The planting of massive monocultures, spraying of herbicide-resistant feed crops with glyphosate, and the widespread use of neonicotinoids has led to the loss of critical wildlife habitat and contributed to the alarming decline of beneficial pollinators like bees and butterflies.
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www.foe.org, 20 July 2014 [cached]
Kari Hamerschlag, Senior program manager
Kari Hamerschlag is a senior program manager with Friends of the Earth's food and technology program, based in Berkeley, California. Kari carries out research and implements market and policy campaigns aimed at reforming animal agriculture, protecting pollinators and promoting sustainable, fair, healthy and resilient food and farming systems. Prior to Friends of the Earth, Kari worked for five years as a senior analyst with the Environmental Working Group where she focused on wide range of food and ag issues including the U.S. farm bill, GMOs, climate change, organic agriculture, food security and conservation policy. Kari has done extensive research on the links between food production and climate change and was the lead author on a comprehensive web-based Meateater's Guide to Climate Change and Health, and numerous other blog posts, op-eds and reports. Prior to EWG, Kari worked for many years as a sustainable food policy and fair trade consultant. Kari began her career more than twenty years ago as an organizer, researcher and advocate for socially and environmentally sound development policy, focused in Latin America. Kari has a Masters from UC Berkeley in Latin American Studies and City and Regional Planning. She speaks Spanish, French and some Portuguese.
Campaign for a Just and Sustainable Food and Farm Policy - CCFF Update
www.calfoodandfarming.org, 1 May 2007 [cached]
In January, Food and Farming hired seasoned organizer and research/policy analyst, Kari Hamerschlag, of New Harvest Consulting, to coordinate our Campaign for a Just and Sustainable Food and Farm Policy.
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Speakers: Ann Cooper, "Renegade Lunch Lady" of the Berkeley Unified School District and author of Lunch Lessons; Grant Brians, Farmer, Heirloom Organics; Larry Cohen, Director, Prevention Institute; Kari Hamerschlag, Policy Director, California Coalition on Food and Farming; and Paula Jones, Director, San Francisco Food Systems
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www.scfaa.org, 20 Feb 2007 [cached]
"We want to build support among our California Congressional delegation-urban and rural alike-to speak out for a Farm Bill that invests in a healthier and more sustainable food system that better meets the needs of both farmers and consumers," said Kari Hamerschlag, policy director for CCFF, an alliance of more than 45 California environmental, food, and farming organizations.
This is such a great example ...
www.sunherald.com, 21 July 2014 [cached]
This is such a great example of how the U.S. is really putting the financial interest of companies ahead of public health, said Kari Hamerschlag, senior program manager of the food and technology program at the environmental group Friends of the Earth in Berkeley, Calif.
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Hamerschlag said pork producers were on the absolute wrong side of this issue and predicted that more Americans will begin pushing for a ban on ractopamine.
Pork producers would be smart to get out ahead of that, she said.
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