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.
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.
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.
Ripple teamed up with over 100 organizations nationwide to demand that Dollar Stores stop selling products with chemicals known to cause cancer, learning disabilities, obesity and other serious illnesses.
Ripple teamed up with Corporate Accountability International to publicize a shareholder resolution targeting McDonald’s predatory marketing practices to children. The media attention generated was astounding.
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 As You Sow to publicize a shareholder resolution and vote encouraging Coca Cola to respond to investor concerns about the toxic chemical Bisphenol A (BPA) in can linings.
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.
Ripple got our client, International Rivers, on the FRONT PAGE of the Atlanta Journal Constitution for an action they were taking against Home Depot during the company’s annual shareholder meeting.
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.
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.
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.