An interview with Mia MacDonald by Brighter Green colleague, Anna Lappe, about China and the rapid rise in and dairy production is now up on Take a Bite Out of Climate Change. That’s Anna’s savory, savvy site that charts the intersection of food and global warming. She asked some great, and tough, questions. Read the full interview here, and Brighter Green’s China paper (in English or Chinese), below.
Executive Director Mia MacDonald gave a presentation (PDF) on the links between food and global warming at a conference in Manhattan co-sponsored by the United Federation of Teachers’ Humane Education Committee and Science Committee, and the NY Coalition for Healthy School Food.
A new issue of Environmental News – Indigenous Peoples’ Perspectives is just off the press from the Indigenous Information Network, with support from Brighter Green
Welcome to Brighter Green’s fall newsletter and thank you for your interest in our work. Here is what we’ve been up to.
Executive Director Mia MacDonald gave two talks in Portland earlier this month on the links between the globalization of industrial meat production and the global environment, public health and food security.
Click here to listen to a podcast of an interview with Mia MacDonald on KINK radio in Portland.
Mia MacDonald appeared on Thom Hartmann’s Air America radio program today to discuss a world without meat — and the world we actually live in.