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Be2camp sustainability enabled through social media. Presentation at Green Build Expo June 2011

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    • be2camp sustainability manifesto 2011 martin brown @fairsnape fairsnape@gmail.com co-founder @be2camp “We cannot solve today’s problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.”Tuesday, 5 July 2011
    • open sustainability sustainability 2.0 ‘as built environment organisations move to make themselves more sustainable the role of social media in company communications will become even more essential’ ‘social media and web2.0 technologies increasingly recognised as enablers of sustainability’Tuesday, 5 July 2011
    • green boardrooms with social media boards and construction leaders need to view social media as a vital communication tool for sustainability intelligence, for learning and sharing setting role model example of responsible useTuesday, 5 July 2011
    • open communications ‘closed and poor communications have been the root cause of many construction problems and failings, at strategic, tactical and operational levels social media provides the means for transparency and openness in communication’Tuesday, 5 July 2011
    • start conversations ‘successful social media sustainability communicators are conversing across and within organisations in a way that allows true participation and feedback this needs to become commonplace for all’Tuesday, 5 July 2011
    • improve knowledge learn and share ‘leading organisations recognise social media as a key development tool for improving knowledge of built environment and generic sustainability issues openly sharing experiences and expertise’ “the value of what we know is in giving it away”Tuesday, 5 July 2011
    • open collaboration ‘use of social media and web2.0 elevates the potential of collaboration, builds better relationships advances collaborative sustainability thinking’Tuesday, 5 July 2011
    • green boardrooms with social media be2camp sustainability open communications manifesto 2011 start conversations social media + web2.0 improve knowledge enablers for sustainability learn and share collaborateTuesday, 5 July 2011
    • #be2camps #events (£) un-conference event support #be2awards #be2talks recognising TEDx style Social Media Advocate social media thought excellence leaders … where the built environment, sustainability and #support (£) #clinics (£) social media meet organisation personal @be2camp support support @fairsnape + @EEPaulTuesday, 5 July 2011
    • martin brown @fairsnape fairsnape@gmail.com co-founder @be2campTuesday, 5 July 2011