New Slideshow for Young Women’s Leadership Initiative

Brighter Green’s Mia MacDonald recently traveled to Kenya. While there, she visited the Kenyan young women¬†participating in the East African Young Women’s Leadership Initiative in the boarding schools they attend, in and around the small city of Ngong… Read More

Globalize the Struggle

On Saturday afternoon, the Trade Justice Working Group at Occupy Wall Street held a “teach-in” on the much-contested Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement. The U.S. Congress approved the agreement on October 12,2011, but the National Assembly in South Korea… Read More

How to Approach Rural Solar

A growing trend to electrify rural areas is emerging due to entrepreneurs finding creative ways to implement solar technology. There are family solar units, which are kits placed in homes used to power lights and small devices. Some… Read More

Sustaining the 7 Billion

According to the UN, the world population reached 7 billion people on Monday, October 31. In the wake of this population milestone, the question on everyone’s minds is how can we sustain a world of 7 billion people… Read More

DC Conference Follow Up

Last weekend, Brighter Green participated in Farm Sanctuary’s Conference to End Factory Farming. The conference ran from Thursday evening October 27 through Saturday afternoon October 29. Brighter Green Executive Director, Mia MacDonald, spoke on three panels throughout the… Read More