Rebranding Veganism

By Chloe, a new vegan restaurant that recently opened in Greenwich Village N.Y., has an open atmosphere, trendy décor, and great food, but unlike most vegan restaurants, there is a constant line out the door. More importantly, the… Read More

African Voices Lead Discussion on Animal Welfare and Livelihoods

Brighter Green and Lantern Books co-hosted a discussion on the future of conservation in Central and East Africa on Tuesday, November 17 in Brooklyn, NY. The three speakers had just arrived from Kenya the night before: Josphat Ngonyo,… Read More

Montreal Vegan Festival – An Exchange on the Food Movement

It was 40 degrees Fahrenheit and windy, but veganism created a hot spot at the heart of Montreal. Organizers of the Montreal Vegan Festival estimated that on November 7th, over 10,000 people were attracted to the rows of… Read More

Waste Not, Want Not

Food waste throughout the U.S. and the world has been a major problem over the years. Recently, it has received more attention globally and now in the U.S., with a call for serious action by the Obama administration which recently… Read More

Braai and Brotherhood in South Africa

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 fourth in a four-part series on her experiences and observations during… Read More