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.
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 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 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 helped two environmental groups publicize a lawsuit related to Stanford University’s controversial Searsville dam, and developed strategic messages and timing for the release to maximize buzz in the Bay Area and beyond.
Ripple has worked with the fierce and fearless WildEarth Guardians on a number of campaigns to keep coal in the ground in an effort to slow down climate change. One of these campaigns involved a lawsuit that the Guardians won against the U.S. Department of the Interior, which illegally approved the expansion of two coal […]
As governments move ever-so-slowly to determine viable policy solutions to climate change, there is a fast-growing movement among foundations, universities and other investors to take matters into their own hands. Ripple worked with the Alliance for Sustainable Colorado and the Intentional Endowments Network to publicize the first-ever Colorado gathering of experts exploring how to divest […]
Ripple worked with Corporate Accountability International’s ‘Think Outside the Bottle’ campaign to get bottled water out of our national parks – which seems to us like a pretty obvious thing to do.
Ripple and the Ecology Center teamed up to release a consumer guide to toxic chemicals in cars at www.HealthyStuff.org. Cars were tested for chemicals that off-gas and become part of the air we breathe.
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.
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.