Katie Couric joined the NY Times, Washington Post, LA Times and dozens of other outlets in covering a groundbreaking report that Ripple released on the health condition of America’s foodservice workers.
To generate media attention on behalf of Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families, Ripple came up with the idea for them to conduct a study on BPA on dollar bills. The report found this dangerous chemical on 95% of the bills tested.
Our client, As You Sow, introduced shareholder resolutions at the annual meetings of ExxonMobil & Chevron asking these companies to come clean on the environmental, public health and financial risks of ‘fracking’.
Ripple worked with the International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal to publicize both the 20th and 25th anniversaries of the chemical disaster, and hold Dow Chemical responsible for the ongoing contamination.
Crash tests aren’t the only way to prove the safety of a child’s car seat, according to research by the Ecology Center. Their original data shows that some car seats are made with dangerous chemicals that can lead to serious health risks.
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.
The Engage Network hired Ripple to promote a leadership training for yogis in Washington, DC where participants were not only given spiritual tools, but also lobbying skills followed by a day of speaking to legislators on Capitol Hill.
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.