Marie-Monique Robin is an award-win­ning French jour­nal­ist and film­mak­er. She received the 1995 Albert-Lon­dres Prize, award­ed to inves­tiga­tive jour­nal­ists in France. She is the direc­tor and pro­duc­er of more than thir­ty doc­u­men­taries and inves­tiga­tive reports filmed in Latin Amer­i­ca, Africa, Europe, and Asia. Robin is the author of The World Accord­ing to Mon­san­to: Pol­lu­tion, Cor­rup­tion, and the Con­trol of Our Food Sup­ply (The New Press) and The Pho­tos of the Cen­tu­ry: 100 His­toric Moments, among oth­er works. She lives out­side Paris.
Rural America
Our Daily Poison: How Chemicals Have Contaminated the Food Chain and Are Making Us Sick