Brighter Green Statement on Recent Supreme Court Decisions

By overturning Roe v. Wade and siding with the state of West Virginia to weaken national efforts to regulate greenhouse gas emissions, the U.S. Supreme Court has limited the equity and rights of millions, if not billions, of… Read More

Welcome to Brighter Green’s Summer Interns

We would like to extend a warm welcome to Brighter Green’s Summer Interns, Willa and Kiara! The help of interns, volunteers, staff, associates, and everyone in the Brighter Green network is a crucial part of making our work… Read More

Bonn Climate Conference 2022: Unlocking the Potential of Protein Diversification to Build Resilient Food Systems

Brighter Green participated in a live streamed side-event at the Bonn Climate Conference on June 7, 2022. We joined ProVeg International, World Animal Protection, and a number of other organizing partners in the event. The event, “Unlocking the… Read More

April 2022 Newsletter: Listening to the Warnings and Taking Action

Recent reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) leave no room for doubt about the climate crisis. The current trajectory of emissions from the United States and other industrialized countries cannot be allowed to continue. Unless… Read More

New Published Works by Brighter Green

Since our last update Brighter Green Executive Director Mia MacDonald recently published two important works. The most recent is a book chapter called, “Maximum Plunder: The Global Context and Multiple Threats of Animal Agriculture,” featured in the recently… Read More

Brighter Green’s Participation in the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow

Brighter Green participated in COP26 climate change conference, Executive Director Mia MacDonald flew to Glasgow to attend.

November 2021 Newsletter

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Having participated in the UN Food Systems Summit, we moved our focus to COP26, which is in Glasgow from October 31 to November 12.

The Global Food Systems Summits: Restlessness and Resilience

Brighter Green has been participating in the UN Food Systems Summit, taking place today, online, from UN headquarters in New York City. We’ve also been following and supporting “counter Summit” organizing. Here is a blog published on Medium… Read More

Engaging Academics to Counter the Growth of Factory Farming in Africa

  There is overwhelming consensus between environmental scientists, climate-conscious policymakers, and animal rights and welfare NGOs that the scale of our current food system is unsustainable and detrimental to the climate, biodiversity, and farmed animal welfare. Africa has… Read More

Celebrating African Women’s Day with Joy Kakenya Barta

In celebration of Africa’s Women’s Day on July 31st, we’re releasing a video with Joy Kakenya Barta, a participant of Brighter Green’s East African Young Women’s Leadership Initiative. Joy speaks about becoming a leader in her community as… Read More