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We’ve put together a list (in no particular order) of the sustainable bloggers that we love. These people and brands use their voices to speak out about climate change, ethical fashion, feminism, privilege, zero waste and activism.

1. Yazzie 

Spoken Word Artist/Poet bringing truth and light, speaking on issues of injustice and race. 


2. Venetia La Manna 

Sustainability activist, Creator of Talking Tastebuds podcast, passionate truth bringer on slow Fashion and digital detoxing. Venetia also creates an AMAZING mailer, which we love.



3. Aja Barber 

Writer who shares about feminism, politics and Black Lives Matter.


4. Craftivist Collective

A gentle way to change the world, laws and politics.


5. Fashion Revolution

A global movement calling for greater transparency in the fashion industry.
Ask #WhoMadeMyClothes?



6. Pebble Magazine 

A weekly mailer full of links to awesome articles and sustainable brands. 


7. Scarlett Curtis 

Curator of Feminists Don’t Wear Pink and Co-founder @pinkprotest



8. Francesca Willow 

Sustainable living and social justice blogger.



9. Luke Matthws 

Posts about minimalism, good brands and writes for Waste Free Planet.



10. Jennifer Bnini 

Redefining what it means to live sustainably, activism and ethical fashion.


11. Livia Firth 

Founder and Creative Director of @ecoage, Founding member of www.thecircle.ngo and professional agitator.



12. Sophie Benson

Writer, stylist and lecturer working with a focus on sustainable fashion and feminism.


13. Conscious Fashion Campaign

Championing fashion brands who put impact at the forefront of their business to support the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goal.



14. Cruelty Free Becky 

Vlogger around the topics of cruelty free beauty, food & fashion. 


15. Shope Delano

Posts about tech, marketing and sustainability.



16. Sophie Hellyer

TEDx speaker, feminism, sustainability activist and surfer.




17. No Planet B Community

A platform driven by a passion to make sustainability a social norm. They run series of low impact London events.




18. Sophie 

Beautiful feed all about zero waste, plant based and simple living. 


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Meg Prosser

Writer’s Bio: Meg is a Junior Digital Associate at Tearfund, studying for MSc Poverty, Inequality and Development.

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