Violence against women and girls has grown exponentially in the wake of COVID-19, in what some have called a shadow pandemic. Ripple is working with an incredible group of women’s rights activists from around the world calling for a global treaty to tackle this issue.
Ripple is working with Aspen Skiing Co. to elevate the profile of their incredible sustainability work. A report we wrote and released on their behalf was covered by CNN, Washington Post, Newsweek, Sustainable Brands, Environmental Leader, Colorado Public Radio and more.
Lack of affordable housing is an urgent problem in our nation. As tens of millions of people face eviction, Ripple is proud to have promoted a new partnership to assist low-income families and communities of color who are being disproportionately impacted by the current affordable housing crisis.
Ripple client Give To Get helps companies define and act on their unique social purpose. They normally work behind-the-scenes, but hired us to elevate their public profile. We identified “hot topics” on their behalf, and then ghost-wrote and placed several articles under their CEO’s byline.
TCO Certified is the world’s most comprehensive sustainability certification for IT products, helping companies reduce risk and take steps toward social and environmental responsibility. They often work behind-the-scenes, but hired Ripple to promote their expertise via thought leadership.
Ripple worked for many years with Hispanics Enjoying Camping, Hunting and the Outdoors (HECHO) on urging federal legislators to permanently authorize the Land & Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) – America’s most important program for protecting parks, wildlife refuges, and recreation areas for over 50 years.
The College Board recently changed Advanced Placement (AP) exam registration policies. Instead of students registering in March – just two months before the high-stakes exam in May – they are now requiring November registrations, well before students know whether or not they will be ready.
The ocean produces 50% of our oxygen, is the primary source of food for 3.5 billion people, controls global weather patterns and is the planet’s largest ecosystem with tremendous biodiversity. All of this is currently threatened by marine pollution, ocean acidification, unsustainable fishing and habitat destruction.
Ripple partnered with Columbia University’s Justice Lab, Van Jones’ #CUT50 and the Katal Center for Health, Equity and Justice to release two new reports looking at probation and parole as key drivers of mass incarceration with minimal benefit to public safety or individual rehabilitation.
Ripple was inspired to create more positivity and hope in today’s turbulent world, so we created a global spiritual activism campaign called Breathe 11:11.