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3 Eco-Conscious Bloggers You Should Follow in 2021

3 Eco-Conscious Bloggers You Should Follow in 2021

We are always on the lookout for inspiration when it comes to eco-friendly living. The topic surrounding sustainability is huge, you can never know enough, there is always something new to learn. Bloggers and influencers are great at educating us, they generously share their past experiences and tips to help others do the same. 

We have put together a list of some of our favourite bloggers, each of their blogs will provide you with different information on how to live a more sustainable lifestyle.

Curiously Conscious 

The Curiously Conscious blog was created in 2014 by Besma, the main topics she covers are sustainable fashion, clean beauty and a low-impact lifestyle. 

Besma was inspired to start blogging after living in a tiny sixth-floor flat in Montparnasse, Paris. During Besma’s time here she began to explore the French way of doing things; buying fresh food from the organic market nearby, taking her own bags to the shops and buying investment pieces, instead of hopping on the fast-fashion and forever changing trends. 

Besma’s ethos today is: “to look for the better things in life”, this means better for the earth, others and herself. The blog is Besma’s way of retelling her past experiences and new stories to help inspire others.


Selva Beat

Selva Beat was founded in 2014. They claim to be an ‘environmental magazine with an edge’ - they’re not wrong! As well as a print publication, they also have a blog that is bright, trendy and educational, it is perfect for targeting the youth culture in all the right ways. The main topics covered in the blog are fashion, beauty, food and culture.

Selva Beat say they “started as a way of educating the public about conflict palm-oil, and have expanded into a multi-media platform that motivates others to better the planet, through creative means.” 

Selva Beat are sadly no longer publishing any new content although, their old posts are still available to read. Including a conscious guide to London, why you should ditch your skincare for kitchen scraps, a beginner’s guide to vegan sugar and, how I buy sustainable fashion and still pay rent. 

Moral Fibres 

Moral Fibres is a green lifestyle blog owned by Wendy; who has worked in the sustainability sector since graduating from university. Wendy believes that sustainable living should be ‘hip, not hippie’. 

Moral Fibres cover all aspects of sustainable living, including life, style, food, drink, home, garden, family and travel – you can be sure to find a post that interests you. Each category will educate and advise you on how to make greener choices. Wendy has also released her own book on natural cleaning, it’s definitely worth checking out!

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