Martin Rowe, who heads the Vegan America Project, has published a post on The Food Climate Research Network (FCRN) blog called “Moving Beyond the Impossible: Challenges of cellular agriculture.”
Martin Rowe, senior fellow at Brighter Green and head of the Vegan America Project, was a finalist at the Hunter College NYC Food Policy Center Food Policy Pitch Event, which took place on November 12th.
For World Food Day, our executive director Mia MacDonald has co-authored two op-eds about sustainable diets and animal agriculture.
Beyond the Impossible; Preparing the Future Check out our fall newsletter, which takes a look at the recent fires in the Amazon, the upcoming Climate Week, the Good Food Summit in China, education and outreach, and conferences. Read… Read More
In celebration of Climate Week NYC, taking place between September 23rd to 29th, restaurants all over New York City will be showcasing delicious, plant-rich dishes.
Executive Director, Mia MacDonald, will be speaking at the Africa Animal Welfare Conference (AAWC) coordinated by Africa Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW) and co-hosted with the UN Environment and the Government of Ethiopia.
Our colleagues at the Good Food Fund in China have written about the ongoing fires that are being set in the Amazon Rainforest and the links to consumption in China.
Brighter Green’s research was referenced in a Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) analysis called “Livestock, health, livelihoods and the environment in Ethiopia.”
Brighter Green is co-hosting The Good Food Hero Summit in Suzhou, China, along with the Good Food Fund, part of the China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation from August 15th – 17th.
A new paper has been released called Beyond the Impossible: The Futures of Plant-based and Cellular Meat and Dairy as part of the Vegan America Project.