Weekly Twitter Digest: 2009-08-31

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  • RT @cop15: Stern: “Good chance” that China and the US agree on climate http://bit.ly/304Ub #cop15 #climate #
  • RT @triplepundit: Is ExxonMobil a Green Company?: Forbes Magazine recently picked Exxon Mobil… http://bit.ly/Wv7zb #
  • RT @guardianeco: Fifth of UK honeybee colonies died last winter, says beekeeper association http://bit.ly/JRwKF #
  • RT @MarketingUK: Will you eat this?: Unilever is trialing a 'low carbon ice cream' you freeze at home: http://bit.ly/tNVok #
  • @TheGazzMan reply to Liberace with '34' and leave it at that, lol. in reply to TheGazzMan #
  • RT @greenforyou: It's not often that bacteria make water more drinkable, but a new microbial desalination cell does.. #green http://bit.ly/ #
  • RT @planet_forward: RT @citola China & US moving toward agreement to stop 40% of world's #CO2 pollution http://bit.ly/19up1L #climatechange #
  • RT @chocolatekarma: Obama’s step-grandmother, Sarah Obama, got a brand new set of solar panels installed on the roof of her home in Kenya #
  • RT @GlobalNewEnergy: China considering renewable energy development fund http://bit.ly/15re24 #
  • // NEW POST // 7 Sustainable ads that work, and 5 that don't | The Hunting Dynasty http://ow.ly/l98O #
  • RT @greenknob: China Racing Ahead of U.S. in Drive to Go Solar http://www.greenknob.com/#11543 #
  • // NEW POST // 7 Sustainable ads that work, and 5 that don't | The Hunting Dynasty http://ow.ly/l998 #
  • Tips for Recognizing Misleading Green Ads | 1Thing Austin http://ow.ly/ln8Q #
  • 51 Great Sites For Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability | Innovative Thinking | Fast Company http://ow.ly/lqnU #
  • RT @inhabitat: World’s First Tower Made of Hundreds of Living Trees http://bit.ly/44aRwP #
  • RT @cop15: India to rich nations: Call our ”bluff” http://bit.ly/KEk48 #cop15 #climate #
  • RT @KyNamDoan: Green energy sector sees record patents (274 in Q2) http://viigo.im/0HVz #
  • Kiwano Marketing | How to Sell Green Marketing To Your Boss | http://ow.ly/lvTF #
  • @Kiwano The Hunting Dynasty name distillation of ethos: Looking (hunting) for sustainable solutions for the generations (a dynasty) to come in reply to Kiwano #
  • @Kiwano lol – Guns & Ammo all killed by some serious SEO!.. Traditional words no mistake – we have a lot to learn from past. in reply to Kiwano #
  • @Kiwano True, and we will. But I think of existing biz names and see description less important: IKEA, M&S Tesco, Ford… [cont.] in reply to Kiwano #
  • @Kiwano …on the other hand you have very descriptive names: General Motors, International Business Machines, British Broadcasting Corp… in reply to Kiwano #
  • 6 Myths of Green Consumers (US) – Green Building, Marketing, Consumer Sentiment – EcoHome Magazine http://ow.ly/lsMV #
  • // NEW POST // HD founder pushes Behavioural Economics in interview on future of digital by Hyper Island students http://ow.ly/lwmP #
  • RT @TreeHugger: Forest of 100,000 Artificial Carbon-Capturing Trees Proposed in UK http://bit.ly/14rQbj via @Th_rss #
  • RT @guardianeco: Chinese legislature passes its first climate change resolution http://bit.ly/3EHinp #
  • RT @TwilightEarth: RT @green_tv: tomorrow (Friday) watch for a special guest post from @TwilightEarth #
  • RT @TM_Science: Tokyo Tests Electric Taxis | Autopia | Wired.com http://cli.gs/97g8g (via @TweetMuscle) #
  • // NEW POST // HD founder pushes Behavioural Economics in interview on future of digital by Hyper Island students http://ow.ly/lwnO #
  • Kiwano Marketing | 5 Musts of a Green Marketing Campaign | http://ow.ly/lvUA #
  • Is this Gold Cannes Lion winning WWF campaign stolen? | The Hunting Dynasty http://ow.ly/lFNR #
  • // NEW POST // Is this Gold Cannes Lion winning WWF campaign stolen? | The Hunting Dynasty http://ow.ly/mJSY #
  • RT @tweetmeme Is this Gold Cannes Lion winning WWF campaign stolen? | The Hunting Dynasty http://bit.ly/1KPim #
  • #tweetmeme is disappointingly not working since they've 'upgraded' it. Great. #

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