TriplePundit Names NativeEnergy to List of “Top 25 Sustainable Brands on Twitter”

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TriplePundit Names NativeEnergy to List of “Top 25 Sustainable Brands on Twitter”

Recent stories highlight the CSR community on Twitter
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Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 3:00pm

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Twitter is often viewed as the social media site for celebrity news and fleeting updates, but behind this image lies a strong community of CSR leaders. Through a networked series of Twitter accounts, executives, reporters, and engaged customers connect and share their knowledge of sustainability best practices.

Several recent articles have highlighted this community, from GreenBiz’s “34 corporate sustainability execs to follow on Twitter” to The Guardian’s “Women in sustainability - twitter list.”

NativeEnergy was proud to be included in TriplePundit’s list of the “Top 25 Sustainable Brands on Twitter” last Friday. The online magazine, which covers CSR business topics, selected the companies for “using Twitter to support their advocacy of the triple bottom line of people, planet, profits.”

There are great brands on all of these lists. To get started, pick a few to follow and join the conversation:

Follow NativeEnergy on Twitter at @NativeEnergy.

 

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NativeEnergy is an expert provider of carbon offsetsrenewable energy credits, and carbon accounting software. With NativeEnergy’s Help Build™ offsets, businesses and individuals can help finance the construction of wind, biogas, solar, and other carbon reduction projects with strong social and environmental benefits. Since 2000, NativeEnergy’s customers have helped build over 50 projects that are now keeping millions of tons of greenhouse gases out of the air. All NativeEnergy carbon offsets undergo third-party validation and verification. Learn more at www.nativeenergy.com.

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