Join Millennials in a #CleanEnergyU Conversation at Sustainable Brands
While the world’s largest brands and influencers gather to talk about advancing sustainability at the Sustainable Brands conference in San Diego, we invite you to join a live #CleanEnergyU Twitter chat with millennials to hear their voices as customers and future leaders.
This chat will explore the following questions:
- What are millennials’ expectations for business?
- How are millennials leading the climate movement today – and what can businesses learn from them?
When: Contribute to the conversation on June 2 from 12:45 to 1:30 p.m. PDT, 3:45 to 4:30 EDT
Where: Twitter via #CleanEnergyU; #SB15sd
Who: Students and campus leaders, businesses, NGOs and sustainability visionaries including:
- General Motors, David Tulauskas, @DavidTulauskas
- Starbucks, Jim Hanna, @Jim_Starbucks
- Dell, Stephen Roberts, @StephenRatDell
- Boston University student Lindsey Chew, @SustainableBU
- University of Illinois at Chicago students, @SustainableUIC
- Spelman College, Art Frazier, @afrazier7
- Climate Group CEO Mark Kenber, @MarkKenber
- Sierra Club Student Coalition, Anastasia Schemkes, @sierrastudent
- World Wildlife Fund, Afsoon Namini and Lindsay Bass, @saybass
Tweet your statement or question in advance or connect during the 45 minutes live using the #CleanEnergyU and #SB15sd hashtags. Include the hashtags for particular speakers to direct questions or responses.
The campuses leading Chevrolet's Clean Energy Campus Campaign originally convened the #CleanEnergyU dialogue. These academic leaders were the first to access a new source of carbon capital to help accelerate their clean energy leadership. It’s now become a platform that serves to humanize climate change and connect millennials, climate leaders and businesses on an issue that we all can address.