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.
The Whole Hog? Check out our summer newsletter, which gives an update on a new op-ed, various conferences we’ve been attending, the young women’s leadership initiative, education, and outreach. Read the newsletter here and be sure to sign… Read More
Brighter Green has been working with students at Teachers College at Columbia University and a student at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government to conduct research.
Brighter Green has collaborated with our colleagues at the Global Forest Coalition (GFC) and the Friends of the Siberian Forests (FSF) on a side event at this year’s Bonn Climate Change Conference (SBSTA 50 Bonn).
Executive Director, Mia MacDonald, along with Gene Baur of Farm Sanctuary, have written another op-ed together called “The Whole Hog” on Medium.
Two former Brighter Green interns, Elise Birkett and Anna Davidsen Davies, recently wrote a piece for the Food Climate Research Network blog called “The Brazilian Dietary Guidelines: Impacts and prospects for food systems and nutrition in a changed… Read More
Two food and sustainability conferences are taking place this month in Sweden that Brighter Green’s partner organization, the Good Food Fund in Beijing, is participating in.
NEW YEAR, NEW WORK, NEW PARTNERS . . . STRENGTHENING ALLIANCES FOR CHANGE Check out our spring newsletter, which gives an update on our China program, including a new video, news articles, education, and outreach. Read the newsletter… Read More
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.