I’ve read a lot of reports recently on the new concept of “Sustainability 2.0” or “Accountability 2.0”, referring to the “Intersection of Corporate Responsibility and Web 2.0”. As the collaborative platform dedicated to connecting sustainability leaders, Wizness is exactly at this intersection. I believe that more and more companies will use social media and social networking tools to present their corporate responsibility, broadcast their sustainability reports and above all, engage with their stakeholders.
The Social Media Influence (SMI) recently published a special report linking Social Media and Sustainability and presenting “how the world’s most sustainable companies are communicating their green convictions and deeds through social media”. As the collaborative platform for Sustainable Leaders, Wizness wanted to share the results of this relevant and exciting study. What are the key findings? Which companies use social media to communicate their CSR? How do they operate? Discover the insights of the “Social Media Sustainability Index” and learn social media best practices from the most sustainable companies worldwide.