Facebook Roundup: Greenpeace, JavaScript, Marketing, Buddy Media and More

Facebook, Greenpeace Agree on Energy Policy – Facebook and Greenpeace have come to an agreement this week on the promotion of green or renewable energy the social network uses to operate. [Photo via Facebook]

Facebook Updates JavaScript – Facebook announced in a blog post this week that JavaScript SDK changed to OAuth 2.0.

Involver Reports Facebook Marketing Adoption – Involver reported this week, in infographic form, that businesses are adopting Facebook as a marketing tool at faster rates.

Facebook Compiles Top Political Articles of 2011 – In a note on the U.S. Politics on Facebook page, the social network listed the most popular political news articles of the year based on Facebook shares, posts and use of social plugins.

Developers Attend Social Games Hack at Facebook – Developers GameHouse, Tien Len, Attributor and GameFace.me took home prizes for the most innovative hacks at Facebook Games Hack, an event aimed at educating developers on Open Graph integrations.

Other Announcements:

Ticketfly Raises $12M –  Ticketfly reported this week that the company released an integrated in-app Facebook app to allow vendors to sell tickets right on Facebook.

Buddy Media Launches Power Your Connections Contest – Buddy Media launched the Power Your Connections Illustrator contest this week, inviting artists to design their own interpretation of the art of connections, as in social media connections. The prize is $5,000, a feature in Buddy Media’s campaign and a showcase at SXSW.

Airline to Let Passengers Choose Seatmate Using Online Profiles – KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is launching “meet and seat,” a way to view Facebook or LinkedIn profiles of the people you could sit next to on your flight.