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
Happy holidays and best wishes for 2019 Check out our end of year newsletter with a summary of what we did this year, including a brief recap of COP24. Read the newsletter here and be sure to sign… Read More
Associate Wanqing Zhou was quoted in an article in China Dialogue called, “Meat consumption threatens international climate commitments.”
Executive Director Mia MacDonald was quoted in an article in The Guardian called, “The blight of Tetra Paks covering Vietnam’s beaches and towns.”
Associate Wanqing Zhou was quoted in Charlotte Middlehurst’s article in The Guardian called, “Deadly pig virus could hit US in a year, warn experts.”
The Global Forest Coalition (GFC) released the latest edition of their magazine, Forest Cover 57: 1.5°C from a community perspective, which is the same name as the side event that we co-hosted with them at COP24.
Brighter Green announced its new joint report with the Center for Biological Diversity and Farm Forward, members of the Food and Climate Alliance, at a press conference at COP24 on December 3rd.
Brighter Green will be at this year’s Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP24 for short). It’s taking place from December 3-14, 2018 in Katowice, Poland.
Associate Caroline Wimberly, along with Isis Alvarez, have published a briefing for Global Forest Coalition (GFC) entitled, “Incentivising deforestation for livestock products: How support for the livestock sector in the EU and Mercosur countries is subsidising forest destruction.”
Associate Wanqing Zhou was recently published in China Dialogue in an article titled “Swine fever highlights need to reform meat production.” Many provinces in China have been dealing with African Swine Fever (ASF), which is a contagious disease… Read More