Valentine’s Day is restaurants’ busiest day of the year, which is why Ripple worked with ROC United on February 14 to release their new reports on the wages and working conditions of restaurant workers in LA, Miami and DC.
We were hired to release the largest-ever study on toxic chemicals in home improvement products. This original research let people know there are no restrictions on chemicals used in flooring, wallpaper and other home basics.
Every year the government of Uzbekistan forces up to 2 million children to leave school and work in the cotton fields. During the harvest, children are exposed to harmful pesticides and have to work long hours.
More than 130 billion beverage containers end up in landfills each year in the U.S., representing a huge waste of natural resources. Ripple publicized a report card of 23 beverage companies on their recycling practices.
We were hired by the MLA to release the first online interactive language map of the United States. The map allows users to search how many people speak foreign languages in any state, county or zip code.
We were so excited when the Washington Post ran a FRONT PAGE STORY with the headline “Religious Liberals Gain New Visibility” about the Network of Spiritual Progressives’ conference publicized by Ripple.
Imago Relationships International, a nonprofit founded by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D. (author of the best-selling book “Getting the Love You Want”), came to Ripple for help enhancing the media profile for this relationship therapy organization.
In a major victory, Target Stores announced that they will reduce their use of PVC in children’s products and packaging. Ripple spearheaded the media outreach on two campaigns targeting Target on behalf of our client.
While our client, Safer Chemicals Healthy Families, was lobbying to overhaul our failed federal chemicals policy, Ripple was working to draw connections in the public sphere between toxic chemicals and various health implications.