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Green Economy Post’s Top SB’10 Tweeters List

The Green Economy Post gives us a thorough list of who’s tweeting from the Sustainable Brands ’10 conference.

Unfortunately, I was not able to attend the Sustainable Brands ’10 (SB’10) conference in Monterey, California this week. But thanks to social media, I was virtually there. Twitter is a great way to get “real time” information about SB’10, and some tweets provide links to blog posts or stories covering the conference. For instance, Triple Pundit highlighted some of its key learnings.

However, it’s difficult to know exactly who is tweeting from the conference and who may be re-tweeting (not that there’s anything wrong with that). So the good folks at the Green Economy Post decided to help us out by providing an extensive “who’s who” list of SB’10 tweeters.

The list is made up of corporations, non-profits, academics, consultants, PR folks, skeptics… you name it. It is a diverse group with a diverse point of view. Always good for stimulating conversation and thought-provoking tweets.

The Green Economy Post took its resource even one step further. It created the list on TweepML, a site where you’re able to share groups of tweeters. All you have to do is check the individual accounts you want to follow or you can opt to follow the entire list with just one click.

And even though, the conference ends today, the list is still relevant for anyone interested in sustainable business or corporate social responsibility. So check it out and tweet away…

Who’s Tweeting Sustainable Brands ’10 – See Our Top 85 SB’10 Tweeters List

Thanks, Green Economy Post, for making my life so much easier.

Ahhh, social media. It’s a wonderful thing.

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Image Credit: The Green Economy Post

Written by Cindy Hoots

With more than 10 years experience working for a major Fortune 500 company, Cindy specializes in socially and environmentally responsible business strategies. She has developed successful corporate communications and stakeholder engagement strategies on contentious sustainability issues and has worked with a number of NGOs and activist organizations on how to effectively partner with multinational companies. Cindy frequently writes about topics ranging from what is corporate social responsibility to sustainable supply chain and measuring a company's environmental impact. She believes business plays a vital role in the health of our communities and our planet.


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