Biltong and Drought in KwaZulu-Natal

Caroline Wimberly traveled to Durban, South Africa in late August 2015 to attend three conferences on behalf of Brighter Green. Afterwards, she traveled extensively around the country. This blog is the third in a four-part series on her experiences and observations… Read More

Sustainability Rejected in U.S. Diet Guidelines. Meat Approved?

The decision by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) not to include recommendations on sustainability – and more sustainable ways of eating (i.e., less meat, more plants) –… Read More

Poultry “Progress” in South Africa and Beyond (Part II)

Caroline Wimberly traveled to Durban, South Africa in late August 2015 to attend three conferences on behalf of Brighter Green. Afterwards, she traveled extensively around the country. This blog is the second in a four-part series on her experiences and observations… Read More

Poultry “Progress” in South Africa and Beyond (Part I)

Caroline Wimberly traveled to Durban, South Africa in late August 2015 to attend three conferences on behalf of Brighter Green. Afterwards, she traveled extensively around the country. This blog is the first in a four-part series on her experiences and… Read More

Foraging a Feast in New York City Parks  

I started taking an herbal medicine course at Arborvitae in New York City this past September with the goal of understanding how other cultures interpret the body and approach healthcare in general. From Chinese Medicine to Western Medicine,… Read More

New Documentary on Endangered Species Inspires and Educates

Louie Psihoyos, Academy Award-winning director of The Cove has created another successful film—Racing Extinction—that exposes the threat of mass extinction for various endangered species. After attending a screening in New York and interviewing different audience members, it seemed… Read More