The 16 Best Green Living Blogs And Sustainability Blogs UK


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Blogging has become more than a trend as many individuals become influencers through blogging.

A personal blog allows individuals to share their thoughts, opinions, ideas, experiences, or knowledge and make their voices heard.

In an era where climate change and environmental degradation have become pressing global concerns, there has been a notable surge in interest and advocacy for sustainable living practices. One significant avenue through which this movement has gained momentum is the realm of blogging. Sustainable blogs have emerged as powerful platforms for disseminating information, fostering community, and inspiring positive change towards a more eco-friendly and ethical lifestyle.

These blogs cover a wide array of topics, ranging from green living tips and eco-friendly product reviews to discussions on ethical fashion, zero waste practices, plant-based diets, environmental hygiene and conscious consumerism. They serve as invaluable resources for individuals seeking to reduce their environmental footprint, make informed choices, and contribute to the collective effort to preserve our planet. Thus, you can find many environmental education blogs where sustainability bloggers and influencers regularly share content dedicated to eco-friendliness, sustainability, veganism, minimalism, and green living.

To celebrate these blogging heroes, we feature some of the best green living blogs and sustainability blogs by bloggers and organisations based in the United Kingdom. We share their reach as influencers via the most popular social media channels where they are presented and provide a summary of their blogs.

Disclaimer: All the details listed are based on the latest information available at the time this post was published and the blogs are ranked according to the number of followers from different social media accounts.

1. Moral Fibres

Moral Fibres is by Wendy Graham who is an expert in sustainability, she dedicates her time to researching and writing about various aspects of sustainability on Moral Fibres, sparing you the effort of scouring the internet for information. With 17 years of experience in the sustainability sector, she has engaged in diverse roles, ranging from shaping national policy to implementing sustainable transport strategies at the local government level, as well as conducting climate change education initiatives within communities. 

Being the author of Moral Fibres, she has dedicated this sustainability blog to help you understand the basics of green living and her blog content is related to major categories of life and style which include beauty, fashion, food, drinks, home, garden, families, and travel.


Blogger: Wendy Graham

Instagram: 14.3K Followers

Facebook: 7.6K Followers

Pinterest: 315.4K Followers 

2. Less Waste Laura


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Laura Young is an award-winning Scottish climate activist, environmental scientist, sustainability educator, ethical influencer, and blogger who started her blog, Less Waste Laura. Laura started the campaign to see single-use disposable vapes banned across Scotland and the UK. This work has been nominated for a Holyrood Climate Action award and has led the UK Government to commit to legislative change. Through her blog, you can access her content sprawled across different social media platforms. She regularly posts about ethical buying from workers who get paid a sustainable living wage. Being a vegan herself, her recommendations are always cruelty-free.


Blogger: Laura Young

Instagram: 42.2K Followers

Twitter: 9.8K Followers

Facebook: 4K Followers

YouTube: 170 Subscribers

3. Incredibusy

Ali Clifford is a marketing consultant and an environmental consultant who started her blog Incredibusy. Ali collaborates predominantly with ethical and sustainable small and medium enterprises (SMEs), helping them establish and maintain a vibrant online presence. In her role as a social media consultant and trainer, she channels her passion for sustainability into her work, actively steering attention away from fast fashion and advocating for slow living and its associated principles. 

She considers herself fortunate to have partnered with some of the most forward-thinking socially aware brands, all of which prioritise circular economy practices and ethical values in their endeavours. Her blog Incredibusy is thus the hub for eco-friendly brands and industries and her blog helps you to develop a social and environmental consciousness about the industries around you. Her blog content features articles on travel, community, environment, food, craft, and more.


Blogger: Ali Clifford

Instagram: 29.1K Followers

Twitter: 11.8K Followers

Facebook: 1.8K Followers

LinkedIn: 1.2K Followers

Pinterest: 2.3K Followers

YouTube: 1.86K Subscribers

4. Pebble Magazine


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Pebble Magazine is the brainchild of Georgina Wilson-Powell. She has been the lady behind launching and running magazines for Lonely Planet Traveler, BBC Good Food, Morrisons, Time Out, and many more. After the ‘carbon and plastic waste guilt’ weighed her down, she decided to do something about it. That is when she launched Pebble Magazine, which is her blog or as she calls it an eco-lifestyle magazine, and your perfect ‘guide to stylish sustainable living’. Pebble Magazine has inspiring and informative blog posts on how you can be less wasteful, less plastic-friendly, and more ethical under various categories like Fashion and Beauty, Food and Drink, Travel, and more. 

This chic sustainable living magazine is dedicated to demonstrating how you can seamlessly integrate these principles into your everyday routine, which they term #EverydayActivism.They are a publication focused on living a fulfilling life brimming with adventures, all while striving for a future where discussions about eco-friendly and ethical practices are obsolete because they’ve become the norm.


Blogger: Georgina Wilson-Powell

Instagram: 20.1K Followers

Twitter: 13.6K Followers

Facebook: 8.7K Followers

Pinterest: 4.1K Followers

5. Literally Nataly

Nataly Elbaz Bjorklund is a digital creator who has a background in luxury business, PR, and marketing, she decided that she didn’t want to be a part of the luxury industry unless she was positively contributing to the way the sector was run. Since then, she has lost interest in the traditional sense of the luxury industry, and her interests have shifted towards magical handcrafted pieces, ethically produced finds, and secondhand treasures. 

Through her blog, she also reviews sustainable accessories and fashion for new mothers and their babies. She aims to raise awareness of social justice and environmental issues through her blog. You can also find out about some ethical, sustainable, and eco-friendly brands through her blog. Her blog posts are centred on fashion, beauty, lifestyle, sustainability talk, and travel. She has heavy traffic on Instagram along with her blog.


Blogger: Nataly Elbaz Bjorklund

Instagram: 43K Followers

Twitter: 1K Followers

Facebook: 503 Followers

6. Sustainable(ish)


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As the name itself suggests, Sustainable(ish) is a sustainability blog by Jen Gale, which is a place where you will find inspiring and practical tips and ideas for making sustainable changes in your day-to-day lifestyle. Jen Gale aims to just get you started towards living sustainably. The blog has been wonderfully categorised into various aspects where you can practise sustainability, and some of these categories include Conscious Consumption, Family, Food, Celebrations, Zero Waste, Plastic-Free, Home and Away, and more.

She shares easy ideas for doable changes you can make. Who knows how hard it is just getting through the day with sanity intact and kids fed and clothed, without adding in another ball to juggle, labelled ‘save the planet’. Who won’t ever point the finger at your #imperfectlygreen attempts, and who cheers you on with every baby step you take?  The posts and articles are highly informative and some very easy-to-follow tips make the blog a must-read for green living.


Blogger: Jen Gale

Instagram: 13.5k Followers

Twitter: 11K Followers

Facebook: 17K Followers

Pinterest: 1.8K Followers

7. Ethical Unicorn


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Ethical Unicorn is a blog primarily focusing on sustainable living and social justice. Ethical Unicorn aims to take a holistic, fact-based approach to sustainable living and social justice. As well as the larger problems that are obvious to us, the blog aims to thoughtfully discuss systemic and hidden cycles that also need to be broken. Francesca Willow is a writer, blogger, author of The Ethical Unicorn, and artist. 

Through her blog, Francesca Willow aims to make readers understand a holistic and fact-based approach toward sustainable living and social justice. You can find enlightening content on the blog that inspires you to live a lifestyle that is more conscious, ethical, and well-informed. She has shared her insights on various topics where you can practise sustainability, which includes Fashion, Beauty, and Lifestyle, and shares engaging posts on topics like Social Justice, Self-Love, Zero Waste, and more.


Blogger: Francesca Willow

Instagram: 25K Followers

Twitter: 5.7K Followers

Facebook: 973 Followers

Pinterest: 667 Followers

8. Get Green Be Well:

Kimberly Button is the founder of Get Green Be Well, where she serves as a leading authority on green living and healthy home practices. With a diverse background as a professional journalist, author, TV correspondent, speaker, editor, and award-winning photographer, Button’s dedication to promoting a healthy home stems from her own personal struggles with medical conditions dating back to her childhood, including Wilm’s Tumour, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFIDS), Fibromyalgia, and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS).

After enduring years of challenges with conventional medical treatments to understand and address the root causes of her ailments, Button took matters into her own hands. By overhauling the products in her home, detoxifying her living space, and scrutinising the ingredients of all items introduced into her life beyond just food, she experienced significant improvement in her symptoms. Her mission now is to empower others to safeguard their health by being mindful of the products they bring into their homes.


Blogger: Kimberly Button

Instagram: 300 followers

Facebook: 1.5K followers

Pinterest: 22.9K Followers

Youtube: 6.73K Followers

9. Gypsy Soul


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Gypsy Soul is a green living blog covering the simple and minimalist lifestyle by Georgina Caro where one can get amazing tips and information on how to live more sustainably. This eco-friendly living blog revolves around four important themes of well-being, minimalism, zero waste, and sustainable lifestyle. It is very enlightening if you want to lead a green and sustainable life. Her journey started by decluttering, downsizing and simplifying her home and since then it has become her goal to help others do the same by living a simple and sustainable life by breaking it down into simple steps.


Blogger: Georgina Caro

Instagram: 3.1K Followers

Twitter: 13.8K Followers

Pinterest: 11.7K Followers

Youtube: 229 Subscribers

10. Curiously Conscious

Curiously Conscious’ by Besma who is the founder of Ethical Influencers, is her green living blog and journal where you will find effective ways to green living. The blog originated in 2014 when the author resided in Paris. Nestled in a small sixth-floor flat in Montparnasse, she began immersing herself in the French lifestyle, which included purchasing fresh produce from the nearby organic market, utilising reusable bags, and prioritising investment pieces over fleeting trends. Her experiences in Paris profoundly influenced her current ethos, which revolves around seeking the finer aspects of life that are beneficial for the planet and others. Through her blog, she highlights ethical ways to carry out your styling, fashion, travel, and lifestyle. The blog content covers sustainable fashion, low-impact living, cruelty-free beauty and more.


Blogger: Besma

Instagram: 14.5K Followers

Twitter: 7.3K Followers

Pinterest: 1.4K Followers

11. n4mummy

Karen is the author of the n4mummy blog and is a mother of 3 children with a weakness for clothes. Thus, the main highlight of her blog is sustainable fashion and lifestyle. In today’s world, there’s a growing awareness of the preciousness and fragility of our Earth’s resources, making sustainable living a paramount concern. Leveraging this awareness, I’ve collaborated with numerous brands as a sustainability expert, contributing to magazine articles, podcasts, national newspaper features, and even sharing eco-friendly Christmas tips through filmed content. 

In essence, n4mummy is a blog tailored for individuals aspiring to embrace a more sustainable lifestyle. Authored by a fashion, beauty, and interiors enthusiast who also happens to be a mindful mum, the blog serves as a guide for conscious living amidst a world of consumption. Her blog is the right space for busy parents who want a sustainable home and lifestyle for themselves and their kids. Through her blog posts, she shares various tricks and tips on how to lead a green life and practice sustainability in various aspects such as beauty, fashion, well-being, home décor or Interiors, and travel.


Blogger: Karen

Instagram: 17.5K Followers

Twitter: 1.3K Followers

Facebook: 379 Followers

12. Green Union:

Gwenda, the owner and editor of Green Union, brings extensive experience from the wedding industry to the table. In 2018, Gwenda took the helm of Green Union, seeking a new challenge that aligned with her passion for both the wedding industry and environmental sustainability. At Green Union, there’s a commitment to avoiding dogmatism. Recognizing that weddings involve numerous compromises and variables, their aim is not to complicate the process but to provide an inspirational and supportive resource. They adopt a non-preachy, non-judgmental approach, offering assistance wherever needed. Conscious wedding planning requires a delicate balance, but it’s important to remember that even small positive changes can lead to significant differences. It’s admirable to aspire to be part of this movement towards a more sustainable future.


Blogger: Gwenda

Instagram: 10.7K Followers

Twitter: 1.2K Followers

Facebook: 1K Followers

Pinterest: 3.4K Followers

Youtube: 3 Subscribers

13. Aim Plastic Free

Aim Plastic Free was started by Mia, a nature lover, and conscious traveller. She started the blog to share her experiences and collaborate with other individuals who like her are practising sustainability and are on a plastic-free journey in their lives. Through her blog posts, Mia discusses the various challenges that you must face when aiming for zero waste and a plastic-free lifestyle. 

Having lived in Southeast Asia for three and a half years, Mia’s experiences served as both a source of frustration and inspiration for launching this project. Witnessing firsthand the devastating effects of plastic pollution on rivers, rainforests, and oceans, Mia felt compelled to take action. She began implementing changes in her own life and encouraged others to join her efforts by reducing unnecessary waste and opting for brands with minimal packaging. However, Mia acknowledges that transitioning away from plastic presents significant challenges. Aim Plastic Free aims to provide an honest perspective on the journey, acknowledging the complexities and contradictions inherent in sustainable living. Mia recognizes that while many blogs portray a seemingly effortless path to achieving “zero waste” and plastic-free living, the reality is often more nuanced. As an urban dweller navigating this transition herself, Mia strives to create a supportive community where individuals can share their experiences and navigate the journey towards a plastic-free lifestyle together.


Blogger: Mia

Instagram: 8.5K Followers

Facebook: 573 Followers

Pinterest: 168 Followers

LinkedIn: 500+ connections

14. Pinks Charming

Pinks Charming is by blogger and copywriter Becky Pink. She has always been interested in the environment, and over the last ten years, this interest has grown increasingly important to her. She is obsessed with recycling and reuses things as much as she can. She is always researching better, more energy-efficient ways to do things and ideas for living a more eco-friendly life. Whether it’s buying organic clothing, reusing and upcycling items, or supporting environmentally friendly businesses, you’ll find a wealth of sustainable lifestyle information in her resources. Through her green living blog, Pinks Charming, she gives valuable insights on eco-friendly and ethical lifestyle and fashion, and clean beauty, and shares tips on how you can turn your house into a home. Her blog is full of information and tips on how to lead a simple and greener life without having to compromise too much on the good stuff.


Blogger: Pinks Charming

Instagram: 5.5K Followers

Facebook: 1.1K Followers

Pinterest: 2.3K Followers

15. Tiny Eco Home Life:

Ben is the visionary behind Tiny Eco Home Life. With a deep-rooted passion for uncomplicated, sustainable living and a fervent commitment to environmental protection, he has made it his mission to advocate for climate-positive actions. Ben’s expertise in this field was acknowledged when he spoke on BBC Radio 1’s Minute of Me Environment Special and he also works as a sustainability writer. What began as a humble eco blog has evolved into a comprehensive platform covering various aspects of sustainable living. Ben’s overarching goal remains unchanged: to support and inspire individuals in their journey towards a more environmentally friendly and ethical lifestyle. While he acknowledges that perfection is unattainable, Ben believes that small sustainable steps can lead to significant positive impacts over time. In his own words, he’s not an eco-warrior, but rather a regular city dweller striving to make meaningful contributions and embrace sustainability in everyday life.


Blogger: Ben

Instagram: 1K Followers

Facebook: 441 Followers

Pinterest: 275 Followers

16. Penny Walker


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Penny Walker is a trainer, coach, independent facilitator, and consultant who is actively working to bring about some change in sustainable development. Initially, for a decade, Penny immersed herself in activism with Friends of the Earth, engaging as a local group activist, office volunteer, and eventually staff member. Her career trajectory shifted as she developed a keen interest in empowering individuals within organisations that require the most significant transformation. 

She provides consultancy services to businesses so that they can grow sustainably and ethically and takes real-life; examples – creating posts and blog content that is an eye-opener for her audience. Along with exposing the grim reality of climate change, her blog posts are also dedicated to how you can practise sustainability and lead an ethical and green lifestyle.


Blogger: Penny Walker

Instagram: 77 Followers

Facebook: 119 Followers

LinkedIn: 500+ Connections

Blogging Eco Warriors are taking over

These sustainable living blogs are worth reading and provide easy yet effective solutions which anyone can practise and will be turning points in the fight against climate change and its harmful effects on planet Earth. Each listed female eco blogger empowers every individual and business to do their bit for Mother Earth. As we navigate the challenges posed by climate change, these blogs serve as beacons of hope, offering accessible solutions and inspiring actions that can be adopted by individuals and businesses alike. In a world where environmental sustainability is increasingly imperative, the collaboration and commitment demonstrated by these bloggers underscore the importance of collective action in safeguarding our planet for future generations. Let’s join hands and embark on this journey towards a greener, more sustainable future together.

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Manuela WillboldOnline Media & PR Strategist
Blogger and Educator by Passion | Senior Online Media & PR Strategist at ClickDo Ltd. | Fascinated to Write Lifestyle Blogs in News & Education I have completed a journalism summer course at the London School of Journalism and manage various blogs.

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Blogger and Educator by Passion | Senior Online Media & PR Strategist at ClickDo Ltd. | Fascinated to Write Lifestyle Blogs in News & Education I have completed a journalism summer course at the London School of Journalism and manage various blogs.

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