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Our One Stop Guide to Sustainability Bloggers

Our One Stop Guide to Sustainability Bloggers

 

Sustainability is the buzz word of the moment and with that comes a wealth of information on the topic that can be a little overwhelming to say the least. Committed to making every aspect of your sustainability journey easier, charrli have asked me to track down the best and the brightest bloggers and Instagrammers focussed on the low waste lifestyle, just in time for Plastic Free July. Compiled into one easily accessible place, this is your one stop guide to sustainability bloggers. So, whether you’re 100% zero waste, or regularly forget your reusable coffee cup, I’ve found just the blog for you.

 

For the overwhelmed sustainability newbie…

Looking to simplify your life in 7 days? There’s a course for that, along with many other free resources over on Gypsy Soul. Powered by 100% renewable energy, this is a website truly dedicated to sustainability in every sense of the word. Aimed at everyone from the ‘eco fledgling’ to the ‘eco warrior’, it’s particularly useful for those just starting out on their sustainability journey who might be feeling a little overwhelmed with it all.

Advocating that ‘sustainable living should be hip, not hippie’ Moral Fibres is another great blog offering easy hints and tips for living a greener life. Covering everything from product reviews and sustainable crafts to comprehensive guides on which plastics are recyclable (a surprising amount of them aren’t!), it’s an accessible resource for the zero waste beginner that you’ll come back to again and again.

  

For the curious vegan…

  

 

With a collection of vegan recipes that could tempt even the most committed carnivore, Blue Ollis is the go-to place for those curious about veganism, intentional living and holistic wellness. It’s also the perfect place for those of us who appreciate a well curated Instagram feed!

 

For the ‘I don’t have time’ers…

 Prefer a quick fix over something wordier? Ecoinspo is an Instagram account dedicated to rounding up environmental headlines from newspapers around the world. Perfect for scrolling through on your morning commute, it’s an easy resource for staying up to date with what’s happening in the environmental and sustainability sectors without having to read every newspaper out there. 

If you’re looking for your sustainable news with a side of comedy then Sustainababble is the perfect podcast for you. Written ‘for and by the confused’ it covers serious topics in the world of sustainability with a comedic twist, because the melting glaciers don’t have to be all doom and gloom.

  

For the person fed up with greenwashing who’s turning away from fast fashion…

 

 

 

One half of a sustainability power couple, Venetia La Manna is confronting our reliance on fast fashion head on. Regularly calling out and campaigning against brands accused of greenwashing, she’s helping to raise awareness around the environmental and societal impact of fast fashion. She’s also the voice behind the popular podcast Talking Tastebuds, a weekly interview series where guests, including Dr Rangan Chatterjee, Livia Firth and Jasmine Hemsley talk about their relationships with food, well-being and conscious living. Her husband Max La Manna is also a zero waste chef who is tackling our food waste problem, one delicious plant-based recipe at a time. His recent cookbook ‘More Plants Less Waste’ is full of recipes and zero waste hacks aimed at bringing more purpose to your life. As if that wasn’t enough to keep them busy, together they also advocate for healthier boundaries around social media usage with their #Offline48 challenges!

For the mums out there saying no to fast fashion, n4mummy is the place to head. Started by Karen Maurice after the birth of her daughter, it covers topics ranging from parenting advice, fashion and beauty to wellbeing and lifestyle, and shows readers how to live a little more consciously without compromising on style.

 

For the parent drowning under all the things that come with a tiny human…

 

 

 

Emma Ross, the woman behind Mamalina can almost exclusively be found in a pair of dungarees (her words) writing honestly about motherhood and how to be low waste with kids. Throwing in the occasional recipe and sustainable travel tip for good measure she’s the perfect resource for any parent who thinks it’s impossible to be zero waste whilst raising children.

 

 

For the wannabe activists…

 

Immy Lucas is the founder of the Low Impact Movement and the face behind the popular YouTube Channel and Instagram @sustainably_vegan. An advocate for low impact living, she offers advice on shopping in bulk and eating with the seasons as well as recipes and DIYs helping you to live as sustainably as possible with the resources available to you. If you want to learn more about your waste habits you can take on her four-week Low Impact Challenge which promises to build better habits and understanding surrounding waste in just 30 days. A passionate climate activist she also gives advice on how you can get involved in the fight, from lobbying local government to raising awareness of different marches and rallies you can attend.

 

 

For the person dreaming of packing it all in and going to live in the woods…

 

 

One to check out if you dream of running away to nature but aren’t quite ready to give up the 9-to-5 just yet, Jessica aka The Woodland Wife writes about slow living, eco parenting and ethical wellness all from the fairy tale setting of her family’s home in the woods. If her dreamy Instagram isn’t enough to convince you of the benefits of nature, then I don’t know what is!

  

For those looking for a community…

The Zero Waste Collective is a worldwide online community inspiring and supporting people to live a more sustainable and zero waste lifestyle. On the blog you’ll find information and resources about sustainable brands and products, eco-friendly campaigns and guides to reducing waste, whilst their social media connects you to like-minded people all taking steps toward more sustainable living.

 

 

For everyone looking for a positivity boost… 

Last but not least The Happy Newspaper, whilst not strictly 100% sustainability focussed is the injection of positivity that is missing in the modern news cycle. Think of it as your daily antidote to literally everything that is happening on this crazy planet and subscribe and follow their Instagram immediately!

  

Do you have any sustainability bloggers you love that aren’t on the list? Share them with us down below.

 

Written by Hannah Beazley, a freelance writer and illustrator with a passion for sustainability.