Sustainability is a vibrant topic on Twitter, but the corporate crowd is just catching on. A small but growing corps of corporates are now tweeting, to varying degrees.

There are a few — like Campbell Soup’s Dave Stangis, Target’s Kate Heiny and Microsoft’s TJ DiCaprio — who seem to be quite comfortable at 140 characters or less, but most don’t seem to have found a voice (or a following). A few are clearly in lurking mode.

We’ve scoured the Twittersphere and queried members of the GreenBiz Executive Network, our peer-to-peer learning forum for sustainability executives at large companies (thanks to my colleague, John Davies, @greenbizjd), to uncover a who’s who of green business tweeters. There are even some double-dippers — execs who tweet both in their own name and their company’s. It’s all good.

Here’s a rundown of what we found. Know of a favorite corporate sustainability worth following? Tweet it my way (@makower) and I’ll share it.

  • Akamai: Nicola Peill-Moetler, director of sustainability @greenqween
  • Avon: Tod Arbogast, vice president, sustainability and corporate responsibility, @Tod_Arbogast
  • Best Buy: Leo Raudys, senior director, environmental sustainability, @LeoRaudys
  • Brady Corp.: Steve Hasbrook, director of sustainability, @hazbrook
  • CA Technologies: Cynthia Curtis, vice president and chief sustainability officer, @CynthiaCurtis
  • Campbell's Soup: Dave Stangis, vice president, CSR, @DaveStangis
  • CH2MHill: Robert Beinstein, director, sustainable development programs, @bobbeinstein
  • Dassault Systèmes: Asheen Phansey, environmental sustainability manager, Sustainable Innovation Lab, @asheen
  • Dell: Bruno Sarda, sustainability operations,  @bruno68
  • Dell: David Lear, director, sustainable business, @learatdell
  • Dell: Trisa Thompson, vice president, corporate social responsibility, @TrisaDellCRO
  • DNV: Tom Gosselin, sustainability director, @TomAGosselinDNV
  • EBay: Lori Duvall, director of operational sustainability, @fiercefern
  • EMC: Kathrin Winkler, vice president and chief sustainability officer, @KathrinRWinkler
  • FedEx: Mitch Jackson, vice president, environmental affairs and sustainability, @Mitch_Jackson
  • Ingersoll Rand: Holly Emerson, senior analyst, Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability, @nchockeychick
  • Johnson Controls: Beau Engman, vice president commercial energy systems, @BeauEngman
  • Legrand North America: Susan Rochford, vice president, energy efficiency, sustainability and public policy, @SusanRochford2
  • McDonald's: Bob Langert, corporate vice president, sustainability, @csrmcd
  • Microsoft: Josh Henretig, senior manager for sustainability, @jhenretig, @microsoft_green
  • Microsoft: TJ DiCaprio, senior director, carbon and energy, @tjdicaprio
  • MillerCoors: Kim Marotta, vice president, @KimMarotta
  • Office Depot: Yalmaz Siddiqui, senior director, environmental strategy, @yalmazsiddiqui
  • PwC: Shannon Schuyler, corporate responsibility, @Shannon_Sustain
  • Rackspace: Melissa Gray, global sustainability, @GreenRacker
  • SAP: Marty Etzel, vice president, energy and resources, @metzel0407, @SustainableSAP
  • SCA: Michael Kapalko, sustainability marketing manager, @mikekapalko
  • Sprint: Amy Hargroves, manager, corporate social responsibility, @amyhargroves
  • Sprint: Darren Beck, manager corporate responsibility, @DarrenBeck, @SprintGreenNews
  • Target: Kate Heiny, senior group manager, sustainability, @kateheiny
  • Tiffany's: Anisa Costa, vice president of global corporate sustainability, @anisanyc
  • Timberland: Mark Newton, vice president of corporate social responsibility, @tbl_newton
  • Wells Fargo: Stephanie Rico, vice president, environmental affairs, @Steph_Rico
  • Yahoo: Christina Page, global director, energy and sustainability strategy, @greenumerations

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