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.

Supplements, dietary supplements, transparency, Orrin Hatch, New York Times, Eric Schneiderman, DNA testing, LabDoor, Leon Kaye, Walmart, target, Walgreens, GNC

Walmart, Target, Walgreens, GNC Accused of Selling Fake Supplements

Critics of the supplements industry will be calling for more regulations after what has been discovered at Walmart, Target, GNC and Walgreens.
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SodaStream Turns Off Green Messaging as Sales Decline

Rather than tout its products’ environmental benefits, SodaStream is emphasizing the health and wellness benefits of drinking water.
Climate change, Obama administration, executive order, climate change risk, climate volatility, Leon Kaye, FEMA, flooding, resilience

Obama Administration: New Federal Projects Must Account for Climate Risks

The Obama administration issued an executive order that instructs the federal government to take climate change risk into account for future planning.
Good cloth, fashion, fashion industry, fair trade, social enterprise, Leon Kaye, Stephanie Hepburn, Liz Alig, Elizabeth Roney, Tschoup Industires, Patti Dunn, New Orleans

Good Cloth: Going Beyond Fair Trade in Fashion

Good Cloth is trying to challenge the fashion industry by working with small artisan producers worldwide while still focusing on quality and design.
Unilever, zero waste, waste diversion, recycling, composting, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Lipton, Dubai, Leon Kaye, France, biogas, Middle East, extended producer responsibility

Unilever Zero-Waste Program Saves Over $225 Million While Creating Jobs

Unilever has announced that all of its factories have achieved the company’s goal of zero waste -- saving millions of dollars while creating…
Seattle, composting, composting law, food waste, waste diversion, recycling, Leon Kaye

Seattle Shames Residents Who Ignore Composting Law

The city of Seattle is trying a strong-armed tactic to enforce its composting law, in an effort to boost food waste recycling in…
Clean water services, Portland, Oregon, recycled water, beer, Leon Kaye, Department of Environmental Quality, sewage water

Oregon Company Wants to Turn Recycled Water Into Beer

In Oregon, Clean Water Services wants to turn recycled water into beer and is petitioning the state government to allow it to move…
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Tate Gallery Forced to Disclose Amount of BP Sponsorship

The Tate Gallery in London was ordered by a court to disclose the amount of money the museum received from BP between 1990…
Trucking efficiency, trucking, trucking industry, renewable energy, clean energy, biofuels, electric vehicles, EVs, biofuels, climate change, Leon Kaye, battery technology, renewables

Can the Trucking Industry Help Boost Fuel Sustainability?

We grit our teeth when we see them on the road, but the stubborn truth is that trucks are an integral part of…
Water scarcity, water.org, Stella Artois, buy a lady a drink, Matt Damon, Leon Kaye, India, microfinance, cause marketing

Why Stella Artois Wants You to “Buy a Lady a Drink”

Stella Artois “Buy a Lady a Drink” campaign opened last week at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah in a partnership with Water.org.
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Copenhagen Reveals World’s First Neighborhood Adapted for Climate Change

Copenhagen recently revealed what it says is the first neighborhood redesigned to adapt to climate change.
MeterHero, water conservation, water scarcity, energy conservation, smart meters, rebates, Leon Kaye

MeterHero Offers Cash Incentives for Water and Energy Conservation

MeterHero, a Web-based utility monitoring tool, is looking to encourage people to conserve water and energy through cash rebates sponsored by businesses with…
Mars Inc, deforestation, soy, pulp and paper, beef, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil Forest Code, Leon Kaye, supply chain

Mars Announces Updated Global Deforestation Policy

Mars Inc. has announced what it says is a more aggressive policy towards addressing deforestation within its beef, soy and paper supply chains.
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Masdar Boosts Global Renewable Energy Portfolio with New Projects in Africa

Masdar's latest initiative, another solar energy project in Mauritania, will provide clean energy in seven towns throughout this country of 4 million.
Helium-3, moon, moon mining, Leon Kaye, renewable energy, fusion, space exploration, China, moon exploration, renewables, Chinese space program

Will China’s Mining of the Moon Make It the Indisputable Global Power?

The Chinese space exploration program, now targeting the moon, has some enthusiasts excited over the viability of mining helium-3 as a safe form…