The following people tweet on a broad range of subjects that may be of interest to those who value the principles of the Original Green. They are arranged by their primary disciplines, although many of them are generalists, adept at many things. Several could reasonable be put in a number of these categories, but they're listed in only one each for brevity. Original Green originator and New Urban Guild founder Steve Mouzon is @stevemouzon.
New Urban Guild architect David Rau is a principal of 3 North.
Cormac Phalen is an art, architecture, and coffee critic.
Eric Brown is a New Urban Guild architect in Beaufort, South Carolina.
Christine Franck is a New Urban Guild architect and educator from New York.
The Institute of Classical Art & Architecture is a joint effort of several people at the Institute.
Chad Cooper is a New Urban Guild architect in Houston.
Dino Marcantonio is a classical architect in New York and an instructor at Yale.
Ed Keegan is a Chicago architect, Notre Dame adjunct professor, and editor of ARCHITECT.
Historical Concepts is an architectural firm in Peachtree City, Georgia.
John Massengale is a noted blogger and classical architect in New York.
John Cluver is an architect and preservationist in Philadelphia.
Kenny Craft is a New Urban Guild architect and Town Architect at South Main.
Scott Gustafson is an architect and urbanist in Denver.
Eric Moser is a New Urban Guild architect from Beaufort, South Carolina.
Brandt Hay is an architect in Celebration, Florida.
Christian Rogers is an architect in Mountain Brook, Alabama.
Russ Preston is an architect and urbanist in Providence, Rhode Island.
Greg Shue is an architect on Sullivan's Island in South Carolina.
Steve Mouzon is the originator of the Original Green and the founder of the New Urban Guild.
Cindy FrewenWuellner is architect, futurist, urban designer & rhetorician in Kansas City.
Victor Deupi is an architectural designer, writer, and educator in Darien, Connecticut.
Authors, Bloggers, and Writers
Carl Seville is a green building writer, speaker, and teacher.
Greg Lindsay is an author and Fast Company writer.
Yuri Artibise focuses on the life and work of Jane Jacobs in this stream.
Kaid Benfield is the Director of Sustainable Communities at the NRDC.
Rob Branch-Dasch is a “Primordial Soup American” and vegan.
Larry Garnett is a New Urbanist author and expert on stock home plan design.
Matt Dellinger is a writer, community gardener, and author (Interstate 69) in Brooklyn.
Paul Anater is a writer, designer, blogger, and speaker in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Richard Florida is an author (Creative Class, Great Reset, etc.,) Urbanist & Professor.
Galina Tachieva is author of the Sprawl Repair Manual & a Principal at DPZ.
Patrick Kennedy writes the Walkable DFW blog from Dallas, of course.
Brian DiSabatino is New Urbanist developer in Delaware.
This Twitter stream grew out of the Southlands project near Vancouver and focuses on New Urbanism.
Grant Humphreys is a New Urbanist Town Founder (Carlton Landing) in Oklahoma.
Peter French is a New Urban developer in central Texas.
Dustin Urban is a world-class kayaker & marketing director of South Main in Colorado.
The Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment is a patronage of Prince Charles focused on building highly sustainable places and buildings.
Andrés Duany is one of the founders of the New Urbanism and principal at DPZ.
Bruce Donnelly is an urbanist in Cleveland.
Kristen Jeffers is a blogger and an urban planning & development advocate.
Carol Coletta is president and CEO of CEOs for Cities in Chicago.
Civic By Design is a group Twitter stream by DPZ’s Charlotte office.
CNU NextGen is a joint stream by Eliza Harris, Mike Lydon, Matt Lambert, and Russ Preston.
Jennifer Hurley tweets to the CNU Open Source stream.
Edward Erfurt is an urban designer from Jensen Beach, Florida.
Galina Tachieva is the author of the Sprawl Repair Manual and a principal at DPZ.
George Osner is an urban planner in Modesto, California.
Howard Blackson is a principal of PlaceMakers, a planning firm specializing in the SmartCode.
Hazel Borys is also a principal of PlaceMakers, a planning firm specializing in the SmartCode.
Jennifer Hurley is a New Urbanist planner and principal of Hurley-Franks & Associates.
Josh Martin is a planner in Charleston, South Carolina.
Karja Hansen is a “Disciple+GalFriday” at Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company.
Mallory Baches is a New Urbanist planner and architect from Beaufort, South Carolina.
Mike Lydon is a noted bicycle expert and urbanist in New York.
Mitchell Silver is President of the American Planning Association.
Matt Lambert is a principal at DPZ.
Liz Moule & Stefanos Polyzoides are two of the founders of the New Urbanism.
Eliza Harris is a planner in Orlando, and also a leader of NextGen.
Jaydean Boldt is a principal of New Urban Design Group in Calgary.
This is the Twitter stream of the Congress for the New Urbanism.
Zach Borders is a planner and urban designer in Chicago.
Michael Romero is an urbanist at the Prince’s Foundation for the Built Environment in London.
Ron Rancourt is a Transition Towns advocate in Ottawa.
Steve Lawton is the Organizer of the Northern California Chapter of the CNU.
Strong Towns is a non-profit, non-partisan advocate for better land use patterns.
Tracy Davis is a planning commissioner & civic blogger in Northfield, Minnesota.
Dan Bartman is an urbanist and planner in Boston.
Matt Cole is an advocate for strong neighborhoods, adaptive reuse & sustainability in Chicago.
Yuri Artibise is a public policy analyst, placemaker & #community builder in Phoenix.
Ethan Kent is Vice President at Project for Public Spaces.
Tim Halbur is the managing editor of Planetizen, a web-based public-interest information interchange.
Living Urbanism is a joint project by the founders of livingurbanism.wordpress.com.
Lloyd Alter is a senior writer for TreeHugger and Planet Green; also Professor at Ryerson University.
The New Urban Network is the web presence of New Urban News.
Planetizen is a long-running e-zine dealing with sustainability and urban issues.
The Project for Public Spaces is an international planning, design & advocacy organization.
Restore Media is a magazine & digital publisher & traditional design trade show operator.
TreeHugger is a media outlet dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream.