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The theme of the Good Food Hero Summit 2018 was “Menus for the Future.” Click here for more information.
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Recipes, reflections, and photos from the first leg of the 2017 Good Food Road Show. Click here to see more.
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Click here to read about the public health and environmental challenges created by the shift to Western-style diets.
WHAT’S FOR DINNER? Official Trailer
Executive Director, Mia MacDonald, along with Gene Baur of Farm Sanctuary, have written a fourth op-ed together called “The Green New Deal could be our only hope: In praise of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s vision” in the Daily News. (more…)Learn More
Executive Director, Mia MacDonald, and Stephanie Feldstein, the population and sustainability director at the Center for Biological Diversity, have written an op-ed together called “Solving the Climate Crisis Means Tackling What We Eat: But Meat Has Largely Been Left Out of the Discussion” in Medium. (more…)December 29, 2018
Happy holidays and best wishes for 2019
Check out our end of year newsletter with a summary of what we did this year, including a brief recap of COP24. Read the newsletter here and be sure to sign up for our mailing list, if you’re not already on it, at the top of the page.December 20, 2018
Associate Wanqing Zhou was quoted in an article in China Dialogue called, “Meat consumption threatens international climate commitments.” (more…)December 15, 2018
Brighter Green is proud to be a co-host of The Good Food Hero Summit along with the Good Food Fund, part of the China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation. Learn MoreJuly 27, 2018
The Canadian Association for Food Studies (CAFS) hosted a 3-day conference from March 27-29. Executive Director, Mia MacDonald, joined remotely to speak on the Pedagogy Panel. This roundtable included Steffanie Scott (U of Waterloo) as the session chair, Andrea Moraes (Ryerson University), Irena Knezevic (Carleton University), and Wanda Martin (U of Saskatchewan). The panelists spoke about their experiences with teaching about food system issues, especially in online settings. Mia touched on her experience with teaching The World on Your Plate: Food, Equity, and Sustainability at the Earth Institute Center for Environmental Sustainability at Columbia University, which she will be teaching again this fall.May 30, 2018