Mia MacDonald and Caroline Wimberly of Brighter Green are in China, where they’ve joined our colleagues Jian Yi and Amelie Rousseau, a plant-based chef, (and other presenters and mentors), to launch the first ever Good Food Hero Summit…. Read More
The International Center for Climate Governance (ICCG), a joint initiative of the Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) and the Fondazione Giorgio Cini, has announced the winners of the fifth edition of the ICCG Climate Think Tank Rankings, the rankings of the most cutting-edge… Read More
Executive Director at Brighter Green, Mia MacDonald, and Sustainability Director at the Center for Biological Diversity, Stephanie Feldstein, co-wrote an oped titled, “Beef Exports a Raw Deal for Global Climate.” This article explores the impacts of a new… Read More
Brighter Green associates Caroline Wimberly and Wanqing Zhou will be speaking on a panel at the 2017 US Climate Action Network (USCAN) Annual Meeting this week in Richmond, VA. USCAN has about 168 members, while the larger CAN… Read More
Caroline Wimberly spoke about Brighter Green’s work, especially in China, at PS244 in Flushing, Queens yesterday. The school has gained attention for being the first public school in the United States to serve exclusively vegetarian meals. The school… Read More
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).
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
Brighter Green associates Caroline Wimberly and Wanqing Zhou co-wrote an article called, “East MEATS West” in the recent issue of VegNews.
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.”
Brighter Green associate Wanqing Zhou was quoted in Robert Soutar’s China Dialogue article, “Brazil beef scandal highlights dangers of industrial livestock farming.”