Tomorrow, we kick off the BSR Conference 2014 in New York with a special opening plenary session and networking reception at 5 p.m. ET. During the following two full days of the event, we’ll hear from sustainability leaders from business, government, academia, and civil society who will highlight the greatest environmental and social challenges we face today—and the immense opportunities that arise when businesses embrace transparency and focus on transformation.

Whether you’re joining us in person or online, here are the best ways to follow us:

  1. Watch the livestream. We will broadcast all plenary sessions, including plenary and I3 speakers and the Take10 and Collaboration in Action spots. Visit our Conference homepage to join in.
  2. Be social. We’ll be live-tweeting, so follow us at @BSRnews and watch #BSR14. You can also see what’s happening on Facebook and LinkedIn.
  3. Check our Storify stream. We’ll pull the best tweets about the Conference into our Storify stream, available on the Conference homepage.
  4. See our hacks. The BSR Sustainability Hackathon happened last weekend, November 1-2. See the highlights at #BSRhack and watch the livestream at 8:30 a.m. ET Thursday, November 6, to hear who won our Hackathon.
  5. Ask questions. We’re opening our six plenary addresses to moderated questions from Twitter. Tag your tweet #AskBSR14 to be considered. We’re also welcoming questions for BSR’s first-ever Ask Me Anything session—tweet #BSRhotseat to ask questions of BSR’s executive team and GreenBiz Chairman and Executive Editor Joel Makower. Finally, you can follow our “Building Bridges: The Global-Local Connection in Building Sustainability Strategies” session using the hashtag #BSR14glocal.
  6. Follow up. After the Conference, we’ll publish blogs, executive summaries of the breakout sessions, videos and photos from the event, and more. Visit the BSR Conference website and the BSR blog in the coming weeks.

Registration is still open—and we offer single-day passes—so there’s still time left to join us in New York. We look forward to hearing your perspectives on “Transparency & Transformation,” whether we meet in person or via social media.