Greenpeace hatches a green Twitter bird outside of company’s HQ
by Cassady Sharp
@ClickCleanBird: A #selfie with a colleague. Aren't I cute? #greenegghunt #clickclean http://t.co/kSYag3e4NZ pic.twitter.com/0MixMT4GNg ClickCleanBird (@ClickCleanBird) April 9, 2014Follow @ClickCleanBird! 9:47 Why is there a giant green outside of Twitter headquarters?
Twitter has over 200 million users--imagine the difference for #climatechange if all of them could #clickclean! ClickCleanBird (@ClickCleanBird) April 9, 20149:25 am: So far the @clickclean bird is loving the attention outside the Twitter headquarters
Me and my team are handing out eggs with messages, asking my @Twitter colleagues to #clickclean! pic.twitter.com/E0IaO668DU ClickCleanBird (@ClickCleanBird) April 9, 2014
Arriving in style to tell @Twitter to #clickclean Follow the action at http://t.co/7oJJXaEh3n #greenegghunt pic.twitter.com/vRAXpWt3xy ClickCleanBird (@ClickCleanBird) April 9, 2014
Top of the morning, fellow tweeters! It is I, the Twitter bird but why am I green? #greenegghunt pic.twitter.com/w133TmpT34 ClickCleanBird (@ClickCleanBird) April 9, 2014Ask Twitter to commit to 100% renewable energy for its data centers making our Tweets green!
SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 8, 2014 Greenpeace activists unveiled a new logo for Twitter today outside the companys San Francisco headquarters: a person-sized, green version of Twitters famous icon. The bird urged the company to join peers like Facebook in building a green internet by committing to 100 % renewable energy.The activists arrived outside of Twitters headquarters on Market St. at 9:00 am, wheeling a 6-foot tall green egg, which opened to reveal a person in a green costume styled after Twitters bird logo. The bird, along with activists, handed pocket-sized compostable eggs to employees as they walked into the building, each egg containing messages like: We love tweeting, but would love it more if it was green. Commit Twitter to 100 % renewable energy.