A big shout out to Jessika for winning last week’s #T-shirt Tuesday contest! Last week we asked our Twitter followers to tweet to the company with the highest Climate Counts score in the household products sector. The answer, L’Oreal.
L’Oreal improved +8 points from 2009 to 2010 finishing with 76 out of a possible 100 points on the Climate Counts scorecard. In addition to L’Oreal’s high score, the company was highlighted as one of twenty-five policy standouts who distinguished themselves by strongly advocating for comprehensive public policy that addresses climate change and would lead to the growth of renewable energy capacity.
Take a minute and send L’Oreal a message encouraging them to keep taking climate action!
This week we’re telling Hewlett-Packard, the highest scoring electronics company, that we appreciate their climate action as a company and their work around climate policy (HP is also a Climate Counts policy standout).
To win a Climate Counts T-shirt we’re asking you to raise your voice with our Green Watching campaign and tweet to HP telling them you’re thrilled to see them atop the electronics sector.
When you Tweet you’ll be in the running for a Free WEADDUP Climate Counts T-shirt! After you tweet announce your vote on our Facebook Page and we’ll count your vote a second time!
Please note: You can tweet from our website or our free iPhone app. You can see our latest scores in the ‘new scores’ tab on our facebook page, on our website, our iPhone app and on our smart phone site m.climatecounts.org