Mia MacDonald and Gene Baur Write Third Op-Ed

Executive Director, Mia MacDonald, along with Gene Baur of Farm Sanctuary, have written a third op-ed together called “In order to ‘feed the world’ we must stop factory farming our animals” in the Hill.

Wanqing Zhou to speak at Yale and UPenn

Associate Wanqing Zhou will be speaking at two upcoming events about China, food, and the environment.

Eat for Climate Week

In celebration of Climate Week NYC, restaurants all over New York City will be showcasing delicious, plant-rich dishes.

Mia MacDonald and Gene Baur Write Second Op-Ed

Executive Director, Mia MacDonald, along with Gene Baur of Farm Sanctuary, have written a second op-ed together called “The hurricane lays bare another risk to public health in Carolina: pig farms” in the NY Daily News.

Affiliate Event – Global Climate Action Summit

Brighter Green will be at the Global Climate Action Summit (GCAS) in San Francisco from September 12-14th to witness new and existing commitment announcements by sub-national actors, as well as push for policies and positions that would create… Read More

Brighter Green Attending the Global Climate Action Summit

Brighter Green’s Caroline Wimberly will be at the Global Climate Action Summit (GCAS) in San Francisco from September 12-14th. GCAS will bring leaders and people together from around the world to “take ambition to the next level.”

Mia MacDonald and Gene Baur Write Op-Ed

Executive Director, Mia MacDonald, along with Gene Baur of Farm Sanctuary, have written an op-ed called “The factory farm machine keeps churning out waste” in the NY Daily News.

Summer Newsletter

A Changing Climate; Plates & Participation; Back to Class Check out our latest newsletter highlighting the first half of 2018

Jian Yi on a Panel with Peter Singer

Jian Yi joined Peter Singer on a panel at the CITIC bookstore in Beijing on August 18th.

Mia MacDonald is Back Teaching at the Earth Institute at Columbia

Brighter Green’s Executive Director Mia MacDonald is back teaching her course at Columbia University’s Earth Institute Center for Environmental Sustainability, called “The World on Your Plate: Food, Equity, and Sustainability.”