• Indian Youth Rise to Tackle Climate Crisis (Celsias)
  • Launch: Teen Speakers Bureau (Radical Parenting)
  • The ‘Twitter Revolution’ of Moldova’s high-tech teens (AFP)
  • Gen Y Core Value: Fight for What You Believe In (Millennial Marketing)
  • Using Mobile Phones to Monitor Teenagers Mental Health (cellular)
  • The Rise Of Cultural Movements (Engage GenY)
  • Let’s pull the plug on energy waste (Nokia Conversations)
  • Like Taking Candy From A Baby: Camel Trots Out Nicotine Tricks (Again) (Shaping Youth)
  • Don’t Punish Us: grass roots campaign fighting for the rights of our social life (Youth Marketing Insights)
  • Less Green on St. Patrick’s Day (eMarketer)
  • Youth are becoming socially responsible (INGENE)
  • MAC, The Greenest Family of Notebooks (kmelanie)
  • Talk 4 Hunger + Ignite Orlando (Greg Rollett)
  • 50 Youth Marketing Keywords You Need to Know PART TWO (Graham Brown mobileYouth.org) (Slideshare)
  • Brands Doing Good | Patrick Collings (Slideshare)
  • Mobile Phones to Serve as Doctors in Developing Countries (ReadWriteWeb)
  • What’s Next In Green Marketing? (MediaPost)
  • Virgin Mobile USA Debuts Homeless Youth TV, Online ‘Reality’ Network (Reuters)
  • Google as development agency ctd. (PSD Blog)
  • Nokia’s “Less Is More” Eco Strategy (PSFK)
  • Jonas Brothers Encourage Teens to Volunteer (Debaird)
  • “Yay” on Starbucks’ Social Corporate Responsibility (Cause+Capitalism)
  • Major Starbucks Push Will Encourage Community Service (Advertising Age)
  • Green Tech Could Get Economy High, With a Little Help From the Feds (Wired Science)
  • Plays Well With Others: Linking Millennials with Bands and their Causes (Millennial Marketing)
  • Norwegian Eco-Kids Keeping Their Parents in Check (EarthFirst)
  • Social Media Marketing: Nike Plus Human Race (Slideshare)
  • Be Green & Make Things Easier For Your Customers (Threeminds)
  • Clothing brand asks its wearers to be kind (Springwise)
  • Recyling kicks off in India (Nokia Conversations)
  • “Fakoconsciousness” is cool (INGENE)