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Score: 7.5
Recent and Warm Top 4 Examples: 4,288 Total Clicks Date Range: Feb 14 - Jul 14
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The cosmetic industry shifts to deliver eco-loving consumers fresh choices
Implications - The eco movement is evolving to focus not only on decreasing consumption, but also finding sustainable choices, which is being seen in the cosmetic industry. As consumers become more drawn to products that boast similarities to original recipes but with a sustainable edge, the market will continue to shift to accommodate this growing market segment. [More]
Score: 8.3
This Month and V. Hot Top 4 Examples: 4,020 Total Clicks Date Range: May 14 - Jul 14
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Salvaged food increases in popularity as consumers priotize a wasteless lifestyle
Implications - As lifestyles like freeganism become more widely accepted, consumers are becoming more aware of how much they waste. Recycled food consumption is transitioning from a niche choice to a way to decrease one's ecological footprint. This signifies how consumers are distancing themselves from lavish, wasteful lifestyles. [More]
Score: 9.1
This Month and V. Hot Top 4 Examples: 166,472 Total Clicks Date Range: Feb 12 - Jul 14
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Sparking conversation, dolls and cartoons are used to raise awareness
Implications - Calling attention to violence, campaigns are utilizing nostalgic references like cartoons to discuss topics like abuse. Placing icons like Disney characters into realistic situations, these awareness campaigns transform childhood references into raw imagery, bringing attention to important issues. [More]
Score: 5.7
This Quarter and Mild Top 4 Examples: 4,440 Total Clicks Date Range: Feb 13 - Jun 14
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Regional training focusing on local causes strikes the root of issues
Implications - Citizens of developing countries are taking social matters into their own hands. Training locals to better understand the cause and effect of issues they live firsthand is a way to solve issues internally. This speaks to a shift in philanthropy focused more on effectiveness than funding. [More]
Filed in: Social Good
Score: 6.6
This Quarter and Warm Top 4 Examples: 4,230 Total Clicks Date Range: Jul 13 - Jun 14
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Youthful activities that promote social good encourage kids to give back
Implications - Parents are turning to socially conscious activities for kids to encourage good will. Teaching lessons about sharing and climate change, these activities showcase methods of social good in a more fun, engaging manner, utilizing playtime to promote social awareness among youths. [More]
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Score: 7.8
This Quarter and Warm Top 4 Examples: 14,260 Total Clicks Date Range: May 14 - Jun 14
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Developing countries show their creative sides
Implications - The term "developing country" is associated with a lower quality of life. Though social issues have yet to be fully solved, focusing on them can be problematic. Instead, nations like Africa are gaining recognition for their art and design in an attempt to shine a more positive light on their culture, while simultaneously boosting the economy. [More]
Score: 7.5
This Quarter and Hot Top 4 Examples: 3,089 Total Clicks Date Range: May 14 - Jun 14
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Programs to train youth in social business ensure a bright future
Implications - Though children in the Internet age have the means to learn about social causes, that doesn't necessarily grant them the skill to know how to make a difference. Ensuring their potential is taken full advantage of, youth training programs dedicated to philanthropic literacy and understanding of community can be observed. This rings true to the old adage, "it takes a village to raise a child." [More]
Score: 8
This Quarter and V. Hot Top 4 Examples: 6,391 Total Clicks Date Range: Aug 13 - Jun 14
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Generation Z puts its best foot forward with youth-targeted philanthropy
Implications - Unlike previous youth generations, Generation Z has knowledge of all sorts at its fingertips which, as evidenced by people like Tavi Gevinson and Cameron Cohen, allows them to acknowledge and contribute to global issues. As a result, many social organizations are targeting initiatives toward children to not only capitalize on the information age, but build a future generation of philanthropists. [More]
Score: 7.2
This Quarter and Warm Top 4 Examples: 5,998 Total Clicks Date Range: Jun 13 - Jun 14
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Partnerships between social good and food industries reap benefits
Implications - Though seemingly unlikely, partnerships between the food and philanthropy industries allow consumers to contribute to a cause conveniently. Choosing to collaborate with a cause-driven organization also helps companies in the food industry seem more compassionate and ultimately, trustworthy. [More]
Score: 7.7
This Quarter and Hot Top 4 Examples: 19,028 Total Clicks Date Range: Apr 13 - Jun 14
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A desire to integrate social good prompts retailers to create pop-up solutions
Implications - As an emphasis on social good grows, a need to incorporate charitable tactics in retail becomes commonplace. Seeking to emphasize a commitment to charitable causes, retailers are turning to pop-up events to represent social consciousness. This temporary approach to corporate social responsibility enables companies to dabble in the realm of humanitarianism without changing the entire brand ethos, while communicating an air of exclusivity that bodes well with the prestige of philanthropic consumers. [More]