Top Eco Influencers to Follow on Instagram

These women are inspiring us to be more eco!

If you’re thinking of becoming more eco-conscious in the lead up to Earth Day, we’ve got just the thing: a round-up of our favourite eco influencers from Instagram. From sharing sustainable tips to showing us their passion for living more consciously, these women will inspire you to make better environmental choices.

Besma Whayeb

Eco influencer Besma Whayeh
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Ethical influencer, Besma Whayeb, started her blog to explore ways she could live more consciously. And, she didn’t stop there — Besma created the Ethical Influencers platform to bring like-minded bloggers together, and collectively inspire others to live kindly.

If you want to learn how to make a positive impact on the planet, follow her and get ready to make your life a whole lot more green. Credit: @besmacc

Emma Slade Edmondson

Eco-influencer Emma Slade Edmondson indoors
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If anyone’s going to convince you to shop at charity shops, it’s Charity Live Founder, Emma Slade Edmondson. She’s a sustainable fashion influencer who encourages second-hand buying and recreates LFW looks with her finds.

So, if you’re looking for expert tips on how to create an eco-friendly wardrobe, make sure to check out Emma’s website and Instagram. Credit: @emsladedmondson

Madeline Olivia

Eco-influencer Madeleine Olivia among roses
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Madeleine Olivia is a blogger and Youtuber who promotes a more minimal way of living, using her feed to highlight the values of sustainability, veganism and money-saving hacks.

We’re obsessed with her new book, Minimal: How to Simplify Your Life and Live Sustainably. Why? Well, it’s a beginner-friendly guide to minimal living and it also teaches you to take better care of the planet. Credit: @madeleineolivia

Kestrel Jenkins

Eco influencer Kestrel Jenkins outside
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Kestrel Jenkins is a conscious style maven who believes fashion and ethics can thrive together. She isn’t afraid to ask questions about where our clothes are made, what they are made of and, most importantly, who made them.

In fact, she uses Conscious Chatter, her podcast, to expand more on these topics and inspire her audience to make greener fashion choices. Credit:@consciouschatter

Grace Beverly

Grace Beverly at the launch of her Tala
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Instagram fitness influencer, Grace Beverly, shot to fame when she released her Grace Fit Guide. While constantly reviewing activewear and becoming aware of the environmental impact of fast fashion, Grace decided to do her part to help the planet by creating, TALA, a sustainable activewear brand.

Most of her collection is made from upcycled materials, like plastic bottles or factory offcuts, that would otherwise be going to landfill. Amazing, right? Credit: @gracebeverley

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Mikaela Loach

Eco-influencer Mikaela Loach outside
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Another sustainable influencer we’re following? Mikaela Loach! We briefly mentioned her in our International Women’s Day article, and couldn’t miss the opportunity to shout her out again.

She’s involved in climate activism and wants the sustainable space to be diverse and inclusive. Mikaela’s mission is to show everyone, from all backgrounds, that sustainable living is for all. Credit: @mikaelaloach

Francesca Willow

Eco influencer Francesca Willow holding plants
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Francesca Willow likes to use her Instagram page to showcase her passion for zero-waste living and social justice. She positively challenges her audience to make small changes, like switching to reusable packaging or trying D.I.Y zero-waste gift ideas.

Francesca’s approach to sustainability and ethical living is inspiring, and a great resource for those who are interested in facts and statistics. Credit: @ethicalunicorn

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