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

Influential Buddhist Magazine, Cihu, Releases Issue Devoted to Factory Farming

Director of What’s For Dinner? and Six Years On, Jian Yi, co-edited an issue of an influential Buddhist magazine, Cihu, devoted entirely to the realities of factory farming (the first such publication ever produced in China). Executive director… Read More

East African Young Women’s Leadership Initiative Newsletter

The East African Young Women’s Leadership Initiative December 2016 Newsletter is here. To learn about the latest news from our East African Young Women’s Leadership Initiative, including updates about their annual workshop, news about one of the woman’s… Read More

Mia MacDonald quoted in Mexican newspaper about meat consumption

Executive Director Mia MacDonald was quoted in the Mexican business and economics newspaper, El Economista, while attending COP13MX. She talks about the potential for huge growth in meat consumption and says that this will need to change given the… Read More

What’s at Steak? The Real Cost of Meat Report Launches

Global Forest Coalition has released their newest publication, What’s at Steak? The Real Cost of Meat. The launch took place on December 5 at the UN Biodiversity Conference (CBD COP13) in Cancun, Mexico. Executive Director Mia MacDonald was part of… Read More

Jian Yi Films to Open Hong Kong EcoCinema Festival

What’s For Dinner? and Six Years On are the opening films for the Hong Kong EcoCinema Festival (香港环保电影展) and Pearl River Delta EcoCinema Festival (香港一珠三角环保电影展). The joint festivals take place in Hong Kong and Shenzhen, where both films will… Read More

Jian Yi quoted by Swedish television network about rise of meat consumption in China

Director of What’s For Dinner? and Six Years On, Jian Yi, was quoted by the Swedish television network SVT Nyheter, where he talks about the rise of meat consumption in China and about the Chinese health ministry’s new… Read More

Jian Yi Films to Screen at German University

As part of their “Protecting the Weak” Wednesday Night Film series, Goethe University Frankfurt will screen Jian Yi’s two documentary shorts on China’s increased meat consumption, What’s For Dinner? and Six Years On. This project looks at entangled processes… Read More

Wanqing Zhou Published in China Dialogue

Wanqing Zhou was recently published in China Dialogue in an article titled “US factory farming shows vulnerability to severe weather once again.” She discussed her trip with Caroline Wimberly and Jian Yi to North Carolina. They saw the… Read More