Top Twitter Accounts for Sustainable Businesses
Richard Lemmer | 01.07.12
Proving that Twitter is more than just #JustinBieber, last week the Guardian created a list of the top sustainable business tweeters. And since everyone loves lists, we thought we‘d create our own - Greenhouse's Top Twitter Accounts for Sustainable Businesses. The accounts listed below are those who we follow on Twitter that regularly show more insight with 140 characters than others show with 140 words. Follow them, check out their websites and be prepared for them to become a stable part of your social media updates.
Forum for the Future - @Forum4theFuture
Forum for the Future are an independent non-profit working globally with business and government to create a sustainable future. Take part in one of their online events by visiting their website.
Divine Chocolate - @divinechocolate
Tweets from Rosanna and Charlotte at Divine Chocolate: the only Fairtrade chocolate company 45% owned by cocoa farmers. Find out more about their unique setup at on their website.
Carbon Leapfrog - @leapfrognews
Carbon Leapfrog provides free professional services to climate change projects. Since the business was set up in April 2010, it has helped over 30 projects overcome hurdles to growth - click here to find out how.
Triodos - @triodosuk
Banking for people and the planet, Triodos is the world’s leading sustainable bank, making money work for positive social, environmental and cultural change. Visit their website to learn how your money could be more ethical.
Cafedirect - @Cafedirect_HQ
Flying the flag for finely-crafted tea, coffee and cocoa sourced directly from smallholder growers. Visit their website to learn more about how Cafedirect is helping coffee farmers all over the world.
Lush Cosmetics Ltd. - @LushLtd
Lush Fresh Handmade cosmetics, we make products from fresh organic fruit and vegetables, the finest essential oils and safe synthetics. Browse their sensuous and sustainable range here.
Good Energy - @Good_Energy
Good Energy is the UK's only 100% renewable electricity supplier. Visiting www.goodenergy.co.uk will tell you how they have achieved this impressive goal.
Abundance Generation - @AbundanceGen
Making it possible for ordinary people to invest in and feel ownership of renewable energy production - they call it 'democratic finance.’ Find out how you can invest by visiting their website.
Damian Carrington - @dpcarrington
Damian Carrington is head of environment at the Guardian. His profile can be found here.
Howard Johns - @howardjohns
Founder and MD of @Southern_Solar, Director of the Solar Trade Association and of @OVESCo - a locally owned energy company. Visit Southern Solar here.
Business Green - @businessgreen
The UK's leading web site for green business news and analysis. Stay up to date by visiting here.
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