7 Low Impact Instagrammers That Will Inspire You To Make A Change

Monday 22nd was Earth Day, 22nd - 28th is Fashion Revolution Week and on the 28th we have Vevolution Topics: Environment - all whilst the inspiring Extinction Rebellion protests are taking place! We have all definitely been into the flow of environmentalism lately, and it feels amazing to have this topic dominating conversations for once.

In this modern world, one of the greatest ways to stay inspired is to fill your social media feeds with people that are already living sustainably! So here are some of our low impact Instagram recommendations.

Blue Ollis

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Source: Blue Ollis

Blue is a vegan environmentalist, who also educates her followers on holistic wellness and self love. She advocates for eating more plants to reduce your carbon footprint, and talks about shopping plastic-free, and minimalism.  Blue Ollis will be speaking about low impact living at Vevolution Topics: Environment Sunday 28th at Camden Town’s Roundhouse, come along!

Venetia Falconer

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Source: Venetia Falconer

Source: Venetia Falconer

Venetia is the creator of the Talking Tastebuds podcast, and is a slow fashion advocate. Her Instagram is full of inspiring words, sustainable fashion tips, and she preaches that wearing old clothes is absolutely fine - which it is! Venetia also discusses the importance of switching off from technology every now and again. Listen to Venetia Falconer talk about slow fashuon at Vevolution Topic Talks For Veganuary on our podcast.

Andrea Sanders (AKA Be Zero Waste Girl)

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Source: Be Zero Waste Girl

Source: Be Zero Waste Girl

Andrea is a teacher of thoughtful earthy living. She teaches practical ways to reshape habits for the benefit of all living beings and the environment, which she calls ‘bio-mindfulness’. Her Instagram page is full of gardening for sustainability, mindful living, and realistic zero-waste living.

Immy Lucas (AKA Sustainably Vegan)

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Source: Sustainably_Vegan

Immy is a vegan low impact advocate. She is also the founder of the Low Impact Movement, a blog and Instagram page sharing super helpful tips about the lifestyle. Immy covers topics such as thrifting, reusing old items, and zero waste items on her Instagram page. Watch Immy talk about fighting the waste epidemic at Vevolution Festival 2018 here.

Max La Manna

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Source: MaxLaManna

Max is a vegan, zero waste chef who advocates for people to eat more plants and produce less waste! His Instagram page is full of zero waste life hacks, and inspiring words on why you should start living more consciously.  Watch Max talk about the impact of plastic on the planet at Vevolution Festival 2018 here.

Bea Johnson (AKA Zero Waste Home)

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Source: Zero Waste Home

Bea has been dubbed “Mother of the zero waste lifestyle movement” by CNN. She is a speaker, and author of Zero Waste Home. Her Instagram page covers family life, reducing waste, bulk buying and more. 

Mindfully Tara

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Source: Mindfully.Tara

Tara is a zero waste advocate, but also talks about being imperfectly sustainable. She is the founder of The Zero Waste Collective, a community for people wanting to live more sustainably, which is also a very inspiring Instagram page! If you’re looking to start shopping zero waste, and using sustainable home products, you should definitely check out her Mindfully Tara.


LISTEN TO INSPIRING TALKS ON ENVIRONMENT AT NEXT WEEKEND’S EVENT

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Join us on the 28th of April at Camden Town’s Roundhouse for talks on food waste, low impact living and climate change.

Expect to come away full of inspiration to help you live a low-impact life and be part of the solution for a more environmentally friendly future.