Leon Kaye

Leon Kaye is the founder and editor of GreenGoPost.com. Based in California, he is a business writer and consultant. His work is also on The Guardian’s Sustainable Business site as has appeared on Inhabitat and Earth911. His focus is making the business case for sustainability and corporate social responsibility. Among the regions across the world in which he covers is Qatar, one of the Middle East countries in which he takes a keen interest because of its transformation into a post-oil economy. Other areas of interest include sustainable development in Brazil and Korea. Contact him at leon@greengopost.com.

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Passenger Complaint Site Leaves United Fit to Be Untied

United Airlines’ lawyers have sued a Canadian-based parody web site, Untied.com, over copyright and trademark infringement.
Chevron, oil companies, HIV/AIDS, mothers2mothers, Nigeria, AIDS, mother-to-child transmission, Leon Kaye, Africa, Human Rights Campaign, CSR, PR, corporate social responsibility, aids is going to lose

Chevron Ramps Up Anti-AIDS Agenda: CSR or PR?

Is Chevron a leading corporate citizen because of its efforts to fight HIV/AIDS, or is this all just another public relations stunt?
national council of chain restaurants, NCCR, corn, corn ethanol, chain restaurants, PWC, EPA, Rob Green, ethanol, renewable fuel standard, fuels america, biofuels, ethanol production, Leon Kaye, Iowa State University

Chain Restaurants Claim Renewable Fuel Standard and Corn Ethanol Cost Billions

The National Council of Chain Restaurants claims the EPA's Renewable Fuel Standard and corn ethanol production cost restaurants billions annually.
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Why PSY and Gangnam Style Demolish Cultural and Socioeconomic Barriers

The brilliance of Gangnam Style, and PSY, is not the horse dance; it resonates with many across the world, and more are spoofing…
trucking, fuel efficiency, logistics management, deadhead travel, Leon Kaye, trucking companies, Carbon War Room, Trimble, logistics, GPS assisted routing, aerodynamics, 6x2 transmissions, anti idle devices, wide based tires

Efficiencies Could Save Truckers $26K a Year on Fuel

According to a report issued by Carbon War Room and Trimble, seven energy efficiency technologies could reduce a truck's fuel costs by $26,400…
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Friends of the Earth “Make It Better Campaign” Starts With Smartphones

A new Friends of the Earth campaign published a report that focused on tin mining in Indonesia, and calls out Samsung and Apple…
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The CSR Christmas List: Who’s Naughty and Who Is Nice?

This month Consumer Reports came out with a “Naughty and Nice” list that focuses on what companies succeeded and failed. We have our…
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Can #GivingTuesday Bring Back The True Meaning of Giving?

Giving Tuesday is an initiative that seeks to bring together individuals and companies to rethink what it means to participate in this annual…
organic milk, organic dairies, small businesses, USDA, Tom Vilsack, UCS, Union of Concerned Scientists, Leon Kaye, dairy, organic agriculture, farming, organic farming, Straus Family Dairy, San Joaquin Valley, CAFOs, confined animal feeding operations, FMMOs, federal milk marketing order policies, organic milk production, organic dairy farmers

Organic Dairy Farms Milking Big Business Opportunities

The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) recently issued a report that touts the economic benefits of organic dairy farms.
Place de la Bastille in Paris, France: one nation UNEP says faces long term credit risks due to natural capital depletion

Loss of Natural Capital is a Risk to Countries’ Credit Ratings

UNEP studied five countries and found that depleted natural capital could harm the financial long-term health and cause huge credit risks in the…
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Stick It to Black Friday 2012 by Shopping At Stores That Truly Help Others

Looking for an alternative? Explore the sharing economy While some of us prefer to stay warm and snuggle in our living rooms Thanksgiving…
Mary’s Chickens, Mary’s turkeys, thanksgiving, Whole Foods, Leon Kaye, San Joaquin Valley, Fresno, Sanger, Pitman family, national turkey federation, controlled atmosphere stunning, PETA

Mary’s Turkeys Provide a More Responsible and Humane Thanksgiving

Mary’s Turkeys transformed the way in which the company raised its turkeys, which are cage free and are fed a vegetarian diet.
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Giving Tuesday, Nov 27, is a Perfect Antidote to Black Friday

Giving Tuesday on November 27, 2012, aims to nudge society past consumerism and towards community giving. Hopefully #GivingTuesday will inspire Americans to do…
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World Toilet Day: An Opportunity to Tackle Global Sanitation & Water Challenges

Today, November 19, is World Toilet Day 2012. One company confronting global sanitation, specifically the lack of toilets, is Unilever.
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Marks & Spencer Sales of Socially Responsible Items Reaches 1 Billion

Over 30 percent of M&S products sold stores worldwide have a minimum of one Plan A quality, and meanwhile sales at the global…
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