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Our top 7 sustainable living blogger influencers (UK) in 2022

Our top 7 sustainable living blogger influencers (UK) in 2022

Living a low impact, sustainable lifestyle doesn’t need to be hard work or lacking in any way. Since the issue of climate change has become more and more pressing, more people are looking for guidance and inspiration for how to live a greener life that’s less wasteful and more impactful.

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Fortunately there are some very inspiring and knowledgable eco influencers and bloggers sharing their top tips about how to live an eco friendly lifestyle. Our favourite blogger influencers are creating great posts that are not just stylish but also well informed too. From slow fashion to zero waste beauty, vegan recipes to grow-your-own-veg tips, these are the people we think are worth a follow.

Here is our list of top 9 British bloggers and influencers for 2022:

1. A Considered Life

Sophie is a writer and jeweller (I love her sustainable brand Oh My Clumsy Heart) who I met IRL quite a while ago. Not only does she have lovely long hair, she has a beautiful blog dedicated to simple, sustainable living called A Considered Life. She has great advice about capsule wardrobes, minimal living and looking after house plants.

Follow Oh My Clumsy Heart on Instagram


2. Zero Wasted

Cassy started her blog Zero Wasted to help people make better informed decisions when trying to buy things more consciously. Her shopping guides specify how much products cost per unit (ml/g) to make it easier to compare value for money. She also has lots of offers and discounts as incentives to try sustainable products that she likes.

Follow Zero Wasted on Instagram




3. Ethical Unicorn

Francesca Willow’s posts on her blog, Ethical Unicorn, are all about sustainable living and social justice. She’s interested in the bigger picture and systemic change – particularly a combination of consumer choice, collective action and policy change.  

Follow Ethical Unicorn  on Instagram


4. Moral Fibres   

Wendy Graham’s aim with her blog Moral Fibres is to simplify sustainable living to encourage more people to do it. Her beautiful book about natural cleaning, Fresh Clean Home, has lots of recipes for making your own household products that are kind to both your skin and the environment. Her Instagram account is very informative, it covers many topics related to sustainability and shines a spotlight on any greenwashing.

Follow Moral Fibres on Instagram 


5. Sustainably Vegan 

Immy Lucas has a blog and YouTube channel called Sustainably Vegan. Not only vegan, she lives a low impact zero waste lifestyle and encourages conscious consumerism. From making your own peanut butter, to capsule wardrobes, to zero waste makeup, she has made videos that cover a lot of every day topics.  

Watch videos on Sustainably Vegan YouTube channel




6. Curiously Conscious

If fashion is your thing, conscious consumerism is very important if you want to be truly sustainable. In her gorgeous blog, Consciously Curious, Besma questions whether the materials and actions of fashion brands are as sustainable as they claim. She also writes about cruelty free beauty brands, and her travels, too.

Follow Curiously Conscious on Instagram



7. The Woodland Wife

Jessica, aka The Woodland Wife, is living a slow lifestyle inspired by family, nature and simplicity. She lives in the woods and spends a lot of time outdoors amongst the trees for her wellness and wellbeing. Topics also cover eco parenting, her sustainable home and slow fashion. 

Follow The Woodland Wife on Instagram


There’s so much inspiration on the internet about living a low impact life that’s sustainable and eco friendly. Hopefully our list of our top blogger influencers for 2022 will help you discover some new ways of tackling the issues of climate change and waste through more sustainable living.

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