BPA in Canned Foods

According to a new report that Ripple released on behalf of six nonprofit organizations, two out of three food cans tested have the toxic chemical, Bisphenol A (BPA) in the linings.

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Greenpeace Likes Facebook

Ripple announced a collaboration between Greenpeace and Facebook to use renewable energy for datacenters and encourage FB users to save energy and engage communities in clean energy issues.

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Micro-Lending for Small Businessess

Ripple worked with Accion to raise awareness about their efforts in Colorado, where they have provided loans totaling more than $8.2 million to some 608 small businesses across the state, leading to the creation of over 1,200 jobs.

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Divest from Fossil Fuels

As governments move ever-so-slowly to determine viable policy solutions to climate change, there is a fast-growing movement among foundations, universities and other investors to take matters into their own hands.   Ripple worked with the Alliance for Sustainable Colorado and the Intentional Endowments Network to publicize the first-ever Colorado gathering of experts exploring how to divest […]

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Toxic Phones

Ripple teamed up with HealthyStuff.org and iFixit.com to release a new study on toxic chemicals in cell phones, including the iPhone 5 and Samsung’s Galaxy S III. NY Times, CNET, Wired and others covered this story.

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Guide to Greener Electronics

Ripple promoted Greenpeace’s Guide to Greener Electronics which ranked 15 personal electronic device manufacturers according to performance on energy & climate issues, production of greener electronics, and sustainable operations.

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Greening Consumer Electronics

Ripple Strategies released a precedent setting research report on companies that are leading the electronics industry by moving away from chemicals that can lead to serious health and environmental problems.

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