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April 27, 2012
Environment Minister Terry Lake Invites Your Carbon Tax Ideas on Twitter
Update: Thank-you to the over 100 tweeters that took part in our first #BCco2 chat! Together our conversation reached about 42,000 twitter users making nearly a quarter-million impressions... Stay tuned to LiveSmart BC for future social media engagement opportunities, and please continue tweeting the hashtag!
Join the conversation on Twitter: #BCCO2 - a chat about BC's Carbon policies
Join Environment Minister Terry Lake on May 1st, 2012 between 3:00pm and 4:00pm to discuss the question: “What should BC's Carbon Tax look like in the future?”
The Hashtag for this chat is #BCCO2.
Minister of Environment, Terry Lake will be on hand to get your thoughts on the carbon tax and to answer questions about our current policy.
How to Participate
- Anyone with a Twitter account can join the conversation.
- When you tweet, please use the hashtag #BCCO2.
- Search for the Hashtag #BCCO2 during the chat to view all tweets included in the chat.
- When responding to a tweet, please use the “reply” button to ensure conversations remain threaded.
- To send a tweet to Minister Terry Lake, use his handle: @TerryLakeMLA.
- Ministry staff will help to moderate the chat. Their handle is @LiveSmartBCca.
- One popular tool for participating in twitter chats is www.tweetchat.com. You don't need a special account, but you will need to connect your twitter account to send tweets.
- You can also tune in to the chat on this page via the Twitter widget below.
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