In memoriam: Gene Gollogly, member of the Brighter Green board of directors

It is with considerable sadness that we announce that Brighter Green board member Eugene (Gene) Gollogly passed away suddenly earlier this month, aged 70, of a heart attack in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. A publisher, convener, world traveler, great… Read More

Great.com Interview with Brighter Green

Executive Director Mia MacDonald was interviewed by Great.com in a piece called “How Can We Avoid a Repeat of the Coronavirus Pandemic?”

Winter 2020 Newsletter

Looking Forward to More Sanity and Equity in 2021 (2020 was Quite a Year)

Dr. Wadchara Pumpradit, Thai Doctor and Animal Activist, Interviewed

Brighter Green fellow Isabel Schmidt interviewed Dr. Wadchara Pumpradit recently for a piece in Sentient Media called “The Most Dedicated Activists Don’t Always Shout the Loudest.”

Brighter Green Joins Orgs to Urge a Shift Towards Plant-rich Diets at UNFCCC

Brighter Green, ProVeg International, and a number of other orgs have put forward a submission to the Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture (KJWA) to call for a shift towards plant-rich diets and away from intensive livestock production to… Read More

Transformative Actions to Reduce Unsustainable Meat and Dairy Consumption and Production Panel

Brighter Green is co-hosting a panel with Compassion in World Farming (CIWF), ProVeg International, and World Animal Net (WAN) Wednesday, November 25th at 9:15 AM EST called “Transformative actions to reduce unsustainable meat and dairy consumption and production:… Read More

Judy Bankman Writes Article in Civil Eats about the Challenges and Support in an Agricultural Community

Brighter Green associate Judy Bankman published an article in Civil Eats titled “The Collective Farm Helping Oregon’s Latinx Farmworkers Weather the Pandemic.”

Fall 2020 Newsletter

In uncertain times, how can we create the world we want and need? 

Call for Animal Welfare to be Addressed in Covid-19 Recovery Policies and Financing in The Animals’ Manifesto

On October 4th, World Animal Day, World Animal Net and over 80 animal protection organizations from across the world, including Brighter Green, join together to call for animal welfare to be addressed in Covid-19 recovery policies and financing.

Organizations Sign Letter Criticizing Biodiversity Summit

Brighter Green has joined organizations from around the world, the majority from the global south, in signing a letter raising critical points about the UN summit, the biodiversity crisis and the Convention on Biological Diversity.