One of our documentaries, What’s For Dinner? was included in an article in China Dialogue about environmental films called, “Environmental film in the Anthropocene” written by Charlotte Middlehurst.
It’s the Lunar New Year of the Pig and to draw attention to conditions for most of the world’s millions of pigs, we co-produced a new animated film.
Jian Yi, our partner, filmmaker of What’s For Dinner? and Six Years On, and the founder of the Beijing-based Good Food Fund, was quoted in an article in The Guardian called, “Can the world quench China’s bottomless thirst for… Read More
While health conscious consumers are beginning to demand healthy, plant-based food around the globe, processed food and fast food establishments in Asia still serve an eager consumer base.
The fourth session of the UN Environment Assembly (UNEA-4) is taking place from March 11-15, 2019 in Nairobi, Kenya.
Jian Yi, our partner and founder of the Beijing-based Good Food Fund, was quoted in an article in China Dialogue called, “A less meaty Year of the Pig?” that featured GFF’s Chinese (lunar) new year plant-forward initiative.
Brighter Green is pleased to welcome our colleagues at the Good Food Fund (GFF) in Beijing who are organizing the first Food Forward Forum in the northeast during the first two weeks of February for the Chinese (or… Read More
Executive Director Mia MacDonald was quoted in an article in HuffPost, alongside our colleagues Judy Bankman and Cecilia Zhou, called, “How America’s Junk Food Problem Made Its Way To China.”
Executive Director, Mia MacDonald, along with Gene Baur of Farm Sanctuary, have written a fourth op-ed together called “The Green New Deal could be our only hope: In praise of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s vision” in the Daily News.
Executive Director, Mia MacDonald, and Stephanie Feldstein, the population and sustainability director at the Center for Biological Diversity, have written an op-ed together called “Solving the Climate Crisis Means Tackling What We Eat: But Meat Has Largely Been Left Out… Read More