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.
Ripple worked with Clean Production Action to publicly launch the Business-NGO Working Group – a first-of-its-kind organization made up of leaders from the corporate and nonprofit worlds working to create safer products.
Ripple was hired by a group of green chemistry experts to introduce a “plastics scorecard” to help manufacturers, purchasers and government agencies replace harmful plastics with less toxic, more recyclable alternatives.