Brighter Green at SB 46 Bonn: What’s at Steak? Land Use, Livestock, Offsets and the Climate Regime

Brighter Green will be collaborating with our colleagues at the Global Forest Coalition (GFC) and the Friends of the Siberian Forests (FSF) on an event at this year’s Bonn Climate Change Conference (SB 46 Bonn).

“Our food is not your business” – New Global Forest Coalition publication

The Global Forest Coalition‘s newest publication, “Our food is not your business: Alternatives to unsustainable livestock and feedstock farming and the current corporate free trade model” is out. One page is dedicated to Brighter Green’s Good Food Academy and… Read More

Caroline Wimberly & Wanqing Zhou’s article in VegNews

Brighter Green associates Caroline Wimberly and Wanqing Zhou co-wrote an article called, “East MEATS West” in the recent issue of VegNews.

Wanqing Zhou’s “Groundbreaking” Research Paper Referenced in That’s Mag

Brighter Green associate Wanqing Zhou was referenced in Betty Richardson’s That’s Mag article, “How China’s Growing Appetite for Meat Affects Us All.”

Wanqing Zhou Quoted in China Dialogue Article about Beef Scandal

Brighter Green associate Wanqing Zhou was quoted in Robert Soutar’s China Dialogue article, “Brazil beef scandal highlights dangers of industrial livestock farming.”

Mia MacDonald and Wanqing Zhou Published in China Dialogue

Executive Director, Mia MacDonald, and associate Wanqing Zhou were recently published in China Dialogue in an article titled “China needs to assess the true costs of factory farming.”

Caroline Wimberly Writes for World Animal Net Blog

Caroline Wimberly and PAAWA (Pan African Animal Welfare Alliance) chairman Tozie Zokufa wrote about their experiences at COP22 in Marrakech, Morocco for World Animal Net’s blog. Their mission is to improve the status and welfare of animals worldwide by offering the… Read More

Reducetarian Summit at NYU

Registration is now open for the ​Reducetarian Summit​, a two day conference by the ​Reducetarian Foundation​ , which will bring together perspectives and technologies from all corners of the world to explore how to create a more equitable,… Read More

What’s For Dinner to be Screened at the META HOUSE in Cambodia

Our documentaries, What’s For Dinner? and Six Years On, are being screened in Cambodia. This will be their premiere in Southeast Asia. The screening will take place at the META HOUSE on February 8th, at 7pm.

End of Year Newsletter

To hear about the latest news from Brighter Green including, our new work in China, our time at COP22, media mentions, and updates from the Young Women’s Leadership Initiative, we invite you to read our newsletter here. To… Read More