Top 10 Sustainable Influencers

Samuel Butcher
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Samuel Butcher
Published On
Feb 28, 2020
Sustainable Influencers

With 2020 in full swing, many are trying to focus on maintaining a more eco-friendly lifestyle, and if you’re looking for tips and tricks you can look to our list of the Top 10 Sustainable Influencers.

These influencers use their platforms constantly to promote sustainability within food, clothing, consumption, and living, promote eco-friendly products through their own shops and e-commerce sites. They all bring awareness to the importance of treating the earth that we live on with kindness.

Let’s dive in!

Lauren Singer – @trashisfortossers

An icon of the #wastefree movement, Lauren has been a part of the Forbes 30 Under 30 List and is the CEO of her own waste-free e-commerce and in-person shop called PackageFreeShop, selling products that can impact your life by reducing waste daily.

Aditi Mayer – @aditimayer

Aditi consistently brings awareness to sustainability in fashion and in life within her social media posts. She recently spoke at an event about access, excess, & strategies to change our world on a policy, individual, & cultural level for CondeNast’s Healthy Ish!

Caroline Ginolfi – @plantbasedblonde

She’s a wellness coach, and a plant-based nutritionist focused on conscious consumption, helping her followers and her clients alike. She talks about eating healthy for your body and for the planet.

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How Dirty Is your Closet? Our wardrobe choices impact the planet more than we may think. Did you know the fashion industry is the second most polluting industry in the world? That’s why how we shop and treat our clothing matters. I’ve partnered with @thredUP, the largest online consignment store, to encourage each of us to discover the carbon impact of our wardrobe. I consider myself I super conscious shopper so I was shocked to learn that my closet still contributes to roughly 400lbs of carbon emissions every year! Head to the link in my bio to take thredUP’s 3 minute Fashion Footprint quiz to see how yours stacks up. You’ll also learn super easy changes you can make to seriously lighten your impact! Plus, when you get to the end of the quiz there are goodies like a mega discount of your first thredUP orders and other sustainable fashion companies! #thredUPinfluencer #fashionfootprint

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Jonathan Levy – @zerowasteguy

A zero-waste project manager from LA, Jonathan focuses on trying to initiate change within the United States, specifically on the recycling system, and talks about how no materials should end up in landfills!

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#ad The start of a new year also signifies the transition from fall to winter. It’s funny how quickly people go from cranking their AC full blast, to turning up the heat. I personally choose to layer up. I am pictured here wearing my grandfather’s sweater. It’s as old as I am and reminds me of him. I strive to live with as low of an impact as possible, so I take pride in seeing how much energy I can conserve! . What steps do you take to stay energy efficient in wintertime? Here are some of mine: – Unplug to Recharge: Electronics and appliances continue to draw energy, even when they are turned off, so make sure you unplug them when not in use. – Check for Drafts: Check for sunlight between the frames of your doors and windows, and check your windows for drafts. Well insulated homes use less energy to heat them, which means you’ll be more comfy at home. – Find the Right Temperature: Programmable and smart thermostats are easy to control, so you won’t have to worry about whether or not you accidentally left the heater on all day or feel the need to leave the heater on to keep the perfect temperature while you’re away. . Be sure to check out @energyupgrade_ca for more tips on how to use energy better. Learn more at https://acts.at/5bW #EnergyUpgradeCA #KeepItGolden #ItAllAddsUp

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Arti Jalan – @forageandsustain

The art of how to live sustainably and conscious, while traveling, eating, living and most importantly enjoying life. Arti shares numerous brands, tips & tricks, and quotes pertaining to being eco-friendly, sustainable and leading a better impact for the earth

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✨If you’re on my email list, you’re probably already knee-deep in my Sustainable India Packing List! For those of you who aren’t, here’s a sneak peek that I’ll share with you!👀 . These GORGEOUS pants from @matterprints were my constant companion in India! They’re made in India (the brand is based out of Singapore), using traditional Indian craftsmanship and design. With hand-block printing techniques, a modern reconstruction of the All Eye motif (a protection charm of ancient times), this pant is incredibly unique, bold and monochrome, perfect for pairing with anything!👌🏽 . I loved how comfortable they were, how season and country-appropriate, and how easy to travel around in they were. They’re made from 100% medium weight cotton, selectively bundled and dyed by hand using azo-free dyes, and the threads are hand-loomed. The traceability is completely transparent and this brand just kills it when it comes to sustainable, ethical, and edgy yet traditional silhouettes and designs🔥 . I wore these wandering around an ancient step well in New Delhi, thinking of all the people that had passed through those gates and steps before me. The giant old steps were a bit of a feat to climb, so I loved how movement-friendly these pants were 🏃🏽‍♀️ . Have you heard of this brand? What’s your favourite travel pant to take with you on a trip?👇🏽 . #forageandsustain x @matterprints

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Kathryn Kellogg – @going.zero.waste

Author of 101 Ways To Live Zero Waste, and currently National Geographics spokesperson for plastic-free living, Kathryn fills her social media channels with impactful knowledge about sustainability for our present and our future

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Reusable plastic vs. reusable cotton vs. single-use paper vs. single-use plastic – which one of these grocery bags do you think is the most eco-friendly choice? ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Are we measuring water footprint? then plastic bags by a long shot⁠⠀ Are we measuring end-of-life? then cotton or paper⁠⠀ Are we measuring lifetime emissions? then the reusable plastic bag. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Sustainable living is so complex because they are so many different ways to measure impact. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ When it comes to reusable items, they're only more eco-friendly because they're used over a LONG period of time. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ A study done by the Environment Agency in the UK found how many times a bag needs to be used to compare to a single-use plastic bag. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ ▪️paper bags: 3 times⁠⠀ ▪️the thicker "reusable" plastic bags: 4 times⁠⠀ ▪️reusable plastic bags: 11 times⁠⠀ ▪️cotton bags: 131 times⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ If we start treating our reusables like disposables i.e. constantly buying more, upgrading, etc. we've completely defeated the purpose. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ So, one of the best things we can do is reuse what we have over and over again! ❤️⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ Do you think you've used your bags enough times? ⁠⠀ #GoingZeroWaste⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ .⁠⠀ #choosetoreuse #zerowaste #plasticfree #ecofriendly #plasticpollution #wastefree #sustainability #reducereuserecycle #eco #sustainable #reusable #noexcuseforsingleuse #reuse #singleuseplastic #reduce #reducewaste

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Bea Johnson – @zerowastehome

The “Mother Of The Zero Waste Lifestyle Movement”, a CNN correspondent, speaker and bestselling author of Zero Waste Home, all while raising a trash-free since 2008!

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A huge, huge thank you to all the people and organizations mentioned below who made my speaking 🎤tour through Mexico possible this past week! 🙌🏼🇲🇽 With a dozen events in Spanish (one in English!) and countless press interviews in seven cities over seven days… you gave me the opportunity to reach thousands of people with my message. Zero Waste is already growing faster in Mexico 🇲🇽than it is in the US🇺🇸, but I can't wait to see it grow even bigger!💃🏼 I came home with a bucket full of memories. I get tears of gratefulness just thinking about how much you've blessed me with an unforgettable journey with your welcome, openmindedness, culture, food, patience (with my Spanish) and understanding for my sense of humor. 🌟🙏🏼😁 *********** Monterrey host: @bodegacero Sponsor: @ixchelweddings *********** Guadalajara host: @casazerowaste Sponsor: @jardinamericana *********** Morelia host: @cori_ale_bv Sponsors: @unlamorelia @ecoenlace centro educativo morelia @quebonito.com.mx @HotelCasinoMorelia @lucocinamichoacana ambiental michoacana @los_mirasoles @viveverdemx @creativa_coworking_morelia @sin_residuos_mex @enesmoreliaunam *********** San Miguel de Allende host: @clanrh Sponsor: @lamirillabazar @viaorganica *********** Mexico City host and sponsor: @zeromarket.mx *********** Los Cabos host: @zerowastesirena Sponsors: @chulavegancafe @miveganofavorito @rockandveganfood @cabo_yogafitness @club.concept.boutique @laranavegana @thedistrictmx @robogolfprocabo @bahiacabohotel @mercado.organico.sanjose @conanp_mx @loscabostourism Pabellón Cultural de la Republica @scubacaribemex @manta_scuba @nautilusdivetech @adventuresinbajatours @sirenavegetal @proyectopupila *********** La Ventana host: @sustainablejess Sponsor: @playacentralkiteboarding @casatararetreat @lananixon2 @bajacasaverde Radaroma @mirandarendonyasociados @hoteltodobien @saladitabcs @saltandcotton.boutique @ricoskiterepairandlesons @nomasbasuralv @bonus_nachos @ventanawindsports @saltandcottonboutique Brian Geasa from Sol y Mar Real Estate @teresahavanacastro #ZWH

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Wendy Graham – @moralfibresblog

An author from the UK, and blogger of Moral Fibres Blog, a blog focused on discussing topics of sustainability through food & drink, family, home & garden, and travel and always sharing her many resources.

Sab – @sustainablesabs

An influencer and YouTuber who has shared her vegan waste-free journey stories on both her channel and her social media, Sabs shows us how you can life waste-free and sustainably even while living in a big metropolitan like New York City!

Ashleigh Norris – @thesoulfulsprout

A hormone nutritionist helping her patients navigate hormone imbalances and autoimmune diseases, and owner of The Soulful Sprout Wellness Studio and Waste-Free Shop.

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#12daysofchristmas Day 10 🎄closed/ ⠀ Cozy and comfy are synonymous with the holiday season and this gorgeous robe has me feeling a bit of both this morning. ⠀ @onderbroeks is a luxury robe and loungewear company that prides themselves on being female-founded, Canadian-made and responsibly produced in Kingston, Ontario.⠀ ⠀ I feel like a queen in this high-quality and sustainable robe and even grabbed a matching scrunchie.⠀ ⠀ Consider gifting one for your mom or sister (hello bridesmaid gifts) and feel good about supporting a biz that puts people and the planet first -it makes a gift even sweeter. ⠀ ⠀ Enter to win a set of your own from @onderbroeks (value $165-$185)⠀ ⠀ Like this post⠀ Follow @thesoulfulsprout⠀ Tag 3 friends who need this 💭⠀ Share this post (tag me) to your stories for 3 extra entries⠀ ⠀ Giveaway ends in 48 hours and the winner will be announced in my stories. Open to Canadian residents only!

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Have you thought more about being conscious of consumption? Do you currently live an eco-friendly or sustainable lifestyle? These are important things to think about as we push through the new year, and have the ability to make efforts that can hopefully change our world for the better and for future generations.

If you’d like to learn more about what we do here at The Influence Agency, feel free to contact us today! Did you find this article helpful? Please let us know, we’d love to hear from you!


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