Global Work Party Campaign — Learn Social Media by Example

350 parts per million of CO2 in the atmosphere is what scientist believe to be the safe limit for humanity. The amount of carbon dioxide currently in the atmosphere of earth is 388 ppm. is an international campaign that was established with the aim of mobilizing a grassroots movement focusing on creating solutions for climate change problems and pressuring the leaders to mobilize their efforts to solve the environmental crisis that we are currently facing.

In October of last year, they successfully coordinated 5,200 simultaneous rallies and demonstrations in 181 countries, which was described by CNN as the “most widespread day of political action in the planet’s history”. In October 2010, they set their goals higher in organizing a“Global Work Party”, a day were individuals demonstrate their actions and solutions to environmental problems sending a strong message to their leaders that “If we can get to work on solutions to the climate crisis, so can you“.

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Top 10 Climate Change Twitter Lists You Want to Follow

A couple of weeks ago, Twitter – finally – rolled out the “lists” feature that allows people on Twitter to create lists and add their tweeps under their different lists in order to categorize them and manage their Twitter experience in a much better way. While Twitter Lists are still new to most users, hundreds of thousands of lists have been already created, and while the number of followers have been an indication of how influential a Twitter user is, Twitter Lists emerged to give a more accurate measurement of influence. Mashable had already posted a guide last week to help people understand Twitter Lists.

With the enormous amount of Twitter Lists emerging each day, a third-party service Listorious emerged to make our lives easier. It maintains a categorized directory of Twitter lists and allows you to search or browse through lists by category, and find the most popular lists. It is now easier than ever to find a list of experts to follow on Twitter in one simple click.

Listorious: Climate Friends

Listorious: Climate Friends

We, here at Thoughtpick, browsed Listorious for Climate Change lists that contain experts we all want to follow and compiled the following list:

1. Ecotweeps

Ecotweeps is a list of eco and green tweeples created by @mimimyne. Ecotweeps has 58 tweeps listed, including @planetgreen, @thegreenforum and @ecoactions

HOW TO: 10 Ways You Can Contribute to the Climate Change Movement #BAD09

10 ways you can use the Web and social networking sites to make your voice heard and support the Climate Change Movement. This post is published on the 15th of October, Blog Action Day 2009.

Will Social Media Help in Saving the Planet?

The Copenhagen conference around climate change is close. Tough negotiations are taking place between the world countries in order to divide the carbon bill. There is a huge conflict of interests and some countries are standing against needed climate actions. A group of environmentalists – – are calling out people around the world to act and put pressure on their governments to be responsible and take the necessary actions to save life on this planet.

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