Tag archives for Twitter
There is a guerrilla war going on in the middle of the Georgian capital, Tbilisi: activists struggle over green space and greenbacks.
Social media is definitely flourishing in the Middle East, particularly the Gulf region, as a recently issued infographic states.
San Francisco made progress toward its goal of becoming a zero-waste city in working with Levi's. Read about the Progress with Less campaign.
Now I am entrenched within the sustainability and CSR mafia, I have received more and more emails from folks who want to know, “How can I do that?”
After spending most of the day airing her family’s dirty laundry on Twitter Gulnara Karimova, the eldest daughter of Uzbekistan strongman Islam Karimov, has gone quiet.
Having been here less than a month, I was lucky to take a break from Abu Dhabi and spend my birthday with friends in Dubai for the weekend.
Thanks to the hash tag #ModelLife, Fresno has the highest per capita of models of any other place in the USA, if not the world.
Last week I was in Jekyll Island, Georgia as a panelist for the annual Georgia Environmental Conference to discuss the media and environmental issues.
This weekend in a Ford Fusion Energi Plug in I will drive part of historic U.S. Route 66 from St. Louis, Missouri to Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Read Leon Kaye's interview with GreenClics.com, a CSR and sustainability firm helping companies gain faster access to stakeholders via social networks.
Kathy Ireland, with a past full of sweatshops and fights with PETA, is a spokesperson for a company touting its sustainability credentials, Organic Bouquet.
Twitter has been my M.O. the last last few years, from professional networking to its usefulness as a news feed. And some moments have been hilarious.