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Now viewing 1 through 22 of 22 Plastic Pollution Coalition Members found.
  • Rainforest Action Network (RAN) Rainforest Action Network campaigns for the forests, their inhabitants and the natural systems that sustain life by transforming the global marketplace through education, grassroots organizing, and non-violent direct action. Our current campaigns span the globe, from fighting the dirty fossil fuel industry and the banks that fund it in the U.S. to protecting rainforests in Indonesia.
  • Bonnie Raitt (Musician)
  • RC Photo (Business). An environmentally and socially minded photography studio; aims to provide top quality “green” photography to corporate, non-profit and magazine clients.
  • Real Diaper Association (Business). Collective non-profit organization in which parents and small businesses take the lead in creating a cultural shift to increase the use of simple, reusable cloth diapers.
  • Recnowa (Education; Youth) Recycle Not a Waste (RECNOWA) Initiative is an innovative social enterprise that trains and employs street youth from disadvantaged communities in Ghana to clear their streets of plastic and other material waste and uses the creative talents of Ghanaian artisans to up cycle this waste into high-end designer handmade products.
  • reDiscover Center (Education) Promotes creativity in early childhood, recycles discards donated by businesses and uses them for art projects and hands-on learning materials, encourages environmental responsibility and acts as a gallery and community art space.
  • Rensch and Rensch Law Firm (Business)
  • Replenish (Business) Replenish is the creator of a dual-chamber, concentrate platform designed to transform the way household products are packaged and consumed. The company’s flagship product is a multi-surface, ultra concentrated household cleaner in a new Reusable Bottle System that makes cleaning easier, saves money for consumers and retailers, and uses 90% less plastic, oil, and CO2. Replenish has a goal of eliminating 1 billion bottles from landfills, 1 billion miles off our roads, and 1 billion pounds of chemicals out of the environment. Replenish products are developed and manufactured in the United States.
  • RICAPEC (Education) An international network of African professionals whose work concerns issues of water, the environment, and the climate. The organization supports the actions of decision-makers and actors in civil society who work to safeguard of our planet, and their work centers around protecting the environment and climate and raising awareness of the environmental health consequences of single-use plastics in Africa.
  • Jonathan Richman (Musician / Composer)
  • Akasha Richmond (Chef)
  • Rise Above Plastics (Business, Education) Mission: to reduce the impacts of plastics in the marine environment by raising awareness about the dangers of plastic pollution and by advocating for a reduction of single-use plastics and the recycling of all plastics.
  • Tim Robbins (Actor, Musician)
  • Rock The Earth (Education; Civil Society) Acts as advocates to ensure the existence of a sustainable and healthy environment for all. We aim to represent those individuals and communities whose environment or natural surroundings are directly and adversely affected by others.
  • Linda Ronstadt (Musician).
  • Elizabeth Royte (Writer) Author of "Garbage Land" and "Bottlemania"
  • Amelia Rueda (Artist; Radio Personality) Ms. Rueda is the director and host of radio program “Nuestra Voz” (Our Voice), which airs on Radio Monumental (93.5) in San Jose, Costa Rica. She has been a journalist for more than three decades, with work on radio, television, and the internet.
  • RunRunRun Bags (Business) Designed a number of collapsible reusable shopping bags, totes and lunchbags, in a commitment to helping people eliminate plastic bags from their lives. All of their products are made with a focus towards having their customers reduce their carbon footprint and improve the environment.
  • Daniella Dimitrova Russo (Co-founders). Daniella is a social entrepreneur who believes that progressive societies are fueled by the power of informed and engaged people. Daniella has spent many years in the high-tech industry as a founder and executive of a range companies – from Internet startups to Fortune 500. She had held executive positions at Frame Technology, Xerox PARC, Infoseek, Sun Microsystems, and PlanetStop. She is the founder and CEO of Mindzone, and Daniella & Associates. In 2006 she developed and launched the award-winning "Think Beyond Plastics" 360 campaign. Since then she has worked on elevating the issue of plastic pollution to the forefront of social, political and environmental discourse, and towards a world free of plastic pollution and its toxic impacts on people, animals and the environment. 
  • JD Russo (Outreach Advisors; Youth). JD Russo is a member of the Plastic Pollution Coalition Advisory Council. He is student at Carmel High School, and an outspoken advocate of alternatives to plastic. He strongly believes in the power of the public to affect change, and that people need to be personally connected to the issues in order to be engaged. In his words, “we must raise not just more awareness, but raise care.” JD Russo works at the Monterey Bay Aquarium as a volunteer guide. He is also the founder and project lead of the Monterey Peninsula Plastic Pollution Initiative.
  • Rye Ridge Cleaners (Business). Eco-friendly dry cleaners in Rye Brook, NY.