Reynard Loki, Salon.com

Reynard Loki

Salon.com

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Salon.com
Past:
  • AlterNet
  • The National Memo
  • BillMoyers.com

Recent articles by Reynard:

Global climate strike: Kids are demanding action, but will adults act?

There’s growing frustration, particularly among the youth, with how adults have mismanaged the climate crisis → Read More

How indigenous peoples won a landmark victory protecting the Amazon from oil drilling

The Waorani people of Ecuador won a historic lawsuit to save their homes — and the planet — from destruction → Read More

Indigenous peoples go to court to save the Amazon from oil company greed

Historic lawsuit launched by the Waorani people of Ecuador to save their homes — and our planet — from destruction → Read More

Why doesn’t Trump have a dog — and should he get one? Experts weigh in

The first family has broken with tradition: There is no canine companion in the White House → Read More

Why doesn’t Trump have a dog — and should he get one? Experts weigh in

The First Family has broken with tradition: There’s no canine companion in the White House. In his homily for the state funeral of former President George H.W. Bush on December 5, Rev. Russell Levenson Jr. joked that Sully, Bush’s loyal service dog, had probably received more press attention in recent days than the president himself. That sentiment echoed Fala, President Franklin Delano… → Read More

Eating locally and in season: Is it really better for the environment?

Eating locally reduces your ecological footprint, but studies show what you eat may be even more important → Read More

Eating Locally and in Season: Is It Really Better for the Environment?

Eating locally reduces your ecological footprint, but studies show what you eat may be even more important. Humans have been moving food around the world for thousands of years. → Read More

Watch: New Undercover Video Exposes Animal Abuse at US Supplier to World's Largest Meat Company

Workers were documented killing piglets by smashing their heads against the ground. In September of last year, two executives of JBS, the world’s largest meat producer, based in Brazil, were arrested and charged with insider trading. → Read More

Our cellphone addiction is turning wireless tech into an invisible weapon that’s destroying wildlife

Electromagnetic radiation from Wi-Fi and cell towers poses a “credible risk” to birds, mammals, insects and plants → Read More

How Trump's Dangerous and Misguided Trade War Could Reshape the American Diet

Tariffs on imports and exports could lead to increased food prices. During the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump made his protectionist views clear, saying that, if elected, he would renegotiate trade deals. He slammed the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) as "the worst trade deal the U.S. → Read More

Sorry, You Can't Have Fries With That: 12 Foods That May Disappear Thanks to Climate Change

Climate change is affecting the world in many ways, including what we eat and drink. Climate change is making the world a different place. There are more floods, droughts, wildfires, heat waves and other extreme weather events. Animal species around the world are either shifting habitats or worse, dying off. Even humans are migrating due to a warmer world.But there's one effect that will hit… → Read More

Rep. Ted Lieu urges Trump: Keep Pruitt as symbol of your administration’s corruption

Award-winning news and culture, features breaking news, in-depth reporting and criticism on politics, business, entertainment and technology. → Read More

Javier Bardem Joins Landmark Antarctic Expedition Supporting Creation of World's Largest Protected Area (Video)

Meanwhile, "Stranger Things" star fulfills his promise to dance with penguins. Actor and activist Javier Bardem was on hand Tuesday at the screening of rare film footage taken of the Antarctic seabed as part of a global campaign to create an Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary, which at 1.8 million square kilometers would be the largest protected area on Earth. → Read More

Winter Olympics Threatened by Global Warming, but NBC Won't Acknowledge It

Winter sports are taking a huge hit from climate change. Why is NBC mum on the subject? Environmental and public health groups are launching a "Twitter storm" on Friday to compel NBC to end its "climate whiteout" and cover the impacts of global warming on the Winter Olympics. So far, the network, which calls itself "the proud home for all U.S. coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics in… → Read More

Science Suggests We're Making Fish Homicidal Through Antidepressants We Flush Into the Water

With every toilet flush, we expose fish and other aquatic wildlife to the pharmaceuticals we're taking. New research has found that human antidepressant medications are accumulating in the brains of fish in the Great Lakes region. Earlier research indicates the drugs could be making fish antisocial and unnaturally aggressive.The scientists behind the recent study, from Ramkhamhaeng University… → Read More

12 therapeutic house plants that can boost physical health, emotional well-being and brain power

Award-winning news and culture, features breaking news, in-depth reporting and criticism on politics, business, entertainment and technology. → Read More

Trump's Pick for Top Environmental Job Has Said Some Really Nutty Things About Climate Change

Kathleen Hartnett White's comments are pretty extreme, even for a fossil fuel-loving climate denier. From EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to Energy Secretary Rick Perry, President Trump has filled his administration with a rogue's gallery of fossil fuel-loving climate deniers. Now he's set to sign up another: Kathleen Hartnett White. → Read More

How many big storms before people abandon coastal cities?

Award-winning news and culture, features breaking news, in-depth reporting and criticism on politics, business, entertainment and technology. → Read More

4 Tips for an Eco-Friendly, Cruelty-Free Labor Day BBQ

Grilling is more enjoyable when it doesn't harm animals or the environment. Like many Americans, you may be looking forward to a backyard barbecue on Labor Day weekend. Sixty-two percent of Americans take part in a cook-out to celebrate this national holiday and the symbolic end of summer, making Labor Day the third most popular day for barbecuing (after July 4 and Memorial Day). → Read More

Planes, trains or automobiles: What’s the most carbon-efficient way to travel?

Reduce your carbon footprint by using public or shared transport, and walking or biking for short trips. → Read More