Reynard Loki

Reynard Loki
Reynard Loki covers sustainability, sustainable finance and social innovation. He has written consumer-oriented features, exclusive interviews with CEOs, scholars and social entrepreneurs, and editorials across a wide array of environment- and sustainability-related topics. He is also a co-founder of MomenTech, an experimental production studio based in New York and Prague, whose projects have been presented around the world, including the United States, Canada, Germany, Greece, Italy, South Africa, China and the Philippines. Reynard is also the Environment Editor at AlterNet.org and a contributing author to "Biomes and Ecosystems: An Encyclopedia" (Salem Press, 2013), a reference encyclopedia that illustrates the biology, geography, history and ecological importance of the world’s various biomes and ecosystems. He is a member of Farm Sanctuary, Sea Shepherd, Global Ethics Network and New York Pigeon Rescue Central.
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8 years 8 months ago

Jennifer Oetzel, a professor of international business at the Kogod School of Business at American University and expert in conflict-zone CSR, talked to Justmeans staff writer Reynard Loki about the role of corporate social responsibility in post-conflict Egypt.

AN EXCLUSIVE 3-PART JUSTMEANS INTERVIEW

The people in Tahrir Square and across Egypt have clearly shown the world that they are ready to have a government of the people, by the people, for the...


8 years 8 months ago

Monopoly was born today in 1935. Generations of people around the globe have learned about buying land, houses and hotels -- and how to make profit from passersby who land on these properties -- by playing this iconic board game. But what can it teach companies about corporate social responsibility?

More than 275 million Monopoly games have been sold worldwide, according to Hasbro Games. It is...


8 years 8 months ago

During his weekly address on Saturday, President Obama told the private sector that it was their obligation to keep their businesses on American soil, to invest in America's clean energy future and to hire Americans and pay them fairly.

While his message -- a...


8 years 8 months ago

The date is February 4th. There is armed conflict amidst a concentrated zone of rebels in an African state. The power elite, behind the might of military arms fabricated in a distant Western nation, want to hold onto the power they have held for so long. The dissenters desire self-determination. People are killed in the chaos. The American president tells the authoritarian ruler, a close U.S. ally, to leave.

This scenario describes the...


8 years 8 months ago

As residents of Beijing celebrate the Chinese Year of the Rabbit, they can also toast to their green behavior, because according to a new study, they engage in a lot more of it than their fellow citizens living in smaller cities and the countryside.

Published in the British journal Environmental Conservation, the study found that people with good jobs in major cities like Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjin act greener than their suburban and rural counterparts.

The findings underscore...


8 years 8 months ago

Egypt's recent government-ordered Internet shutdown has thrown its almost 80 million citizens into cyber-darkness. For foreign companies doing business or considering doing business in the Arab republic, the current situation poses some serious questions regarding profitability and corporate social responsibility.

For decades, foreign companies have been enjoying relative peace and prosperity in Egypt, a strong U.S. ally that has been the recipient of some...


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