Green Your Instagram!

August 10, 2022

Social media is a great way to express your creativity, and get inspired by others. By following sustainability focused pages on social media you can gain motivation to make sustainable lifestyle changes, and build community around sustainability. Eco-friendly social media pages come in all different shapes and sizes, making it easy to find something that you will be interested in. Here are a few of our favorite Instagram pages!


  • @Zerowastechef – Anne-Marie Bonneau is the author of The Zero Waste Chef: Plant-Forward Recipes and Tips for a Sustainable Kitchen and Planet. On her Instagram page she shares her tips on topics like sustainable recipes, composting, fermentation for beginners and sustainable food shopping.
  • @Queerbrownvegan – Isaias Hernandez uses their Instagram page to talk about the social impacts related to the sustainability movement. Their page includes helpful videos about environmental issues such as climate justice and the relationship between climate change and diseases.
  • @Easyecotips – This page shares a mix of infographics with sustainable tips, such as flowers to plant to support bees, or apps that can help you with sustainability, as well as news on the environment.
  • @Aditimayer – Aditi Mayer is a fashion influencer and labor rights activist who advocates for sustainable and ethical fashion practices. Her Instagram page showcases new and interesting sustainable fashion brands and provides information on how to consume fashion responsibly.
  • @Remakeourworld – Remake Our World is a sustainable fashion page that advocates for lifestyle changes around fashion, including breaking cycles of consumerism and embracing handmade and thrifted fashion. The page explains environmental and ethical  issues with fast fashion and gives ideas for how to shop more sustainably.
  • @Melissa.hemsley – Melissa Hemsley is the author of four cookbooks including 2020’s Eat Green. On her instagram page melissa.hemsley the author shares recipes, tutorials and tips on how to make delicious sustainable food.
  • @Intersectionalenvironmentalist – Intersectional Environmentalist is a non-profit founded by Leah Thomas, the author of the 2022 book The Intersectional Environmentalist: How to Dismantle Systems of Oppression to Protect People + Planet. The organization’s Instagram page speaks about the disproportionate effects of environmental issues on marginalized communities, as well as sharing environmental news and tips.
  • @Waterthruskin – Valerie Hinojosa is a sustainability influencer who shares sustainable home and lifestyle tips in English and Spanish on her Instagram page. Check out her page for ideas on sustainable beauty, home decor and cooking.
  • @NYLCV – Finally, NYLCV! Follow us on Instagram to keep up with all of our work and actions you can take to support us! 


We hope that these social media pages will get you excited about living more sustainably!

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