10 blogs that inspire to more sustainability

In these days there are many sustainability blogs that focus on an ecological way of life, give food for thought and inspire. We have listed 10 interesting sustainability blogs that focus on different topics.

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The 10 best sustainability blogs – our favourites

1. Green lifestyle and fair fashion tips in Elisabeth Jacobs’ sustainability blog

Elisabeth Jacobs shares her experiences of environmentally friendly living and gives lots of tips for a “greener lifestyle” on her sustainability blog “Elisabeth Green“. She is not only focusing on fair clothing and fashion, but also on an overall sustainable lifestyle. For example, you can also find information on various ways of living more sustainably in her sections ” Health” or “Family” and “Nutrition”. Elisabeth’s sustainability blog also highlights numerous ways to make your own closet even more sustainable. In her view, organic fashion has nothing to do with sacrifice. Especially worth reading is her latest contribution on the topic of sustainable sports labels, in which she also gives our client VAUDE a very positive review.

Summer make-up with 100% natural cosmetics - Elisabeth shows how it works!

2. Fairknallt – the sustainability blog of Marie Nasemann

Once she ranked third at Germany’s Next Topmodel, today the model also convinces with her inner values: Whether fashion, beauty or travel – Marie Nasemann shows on her blog that it can also be done sustainably. And proves with creative fashion shoots that sustainably produced clothing is very well suited for the runway. In addition, she reveals what is behind most certificates, which sustainable materials are available and in which (online) stores you can store fair and sustainable.

Hier beantworten @dariadaria & Ich euch zehn Fragen rund ums Thema TENCEL™ & Circular Economy. Viel Spaß! #tencel #loycell #modal #textilefibre #FairFashion #sustainability #circulareconomy #dariadaria #marienasemann

Gepostet von Marie Nasemann am Donnerstag, 12. Dezember 2019

 

3. Living sustainably like eco-brand founder Justine Siegler

Blogger Justine Siegler from Vienna lives vegan, gluten-free and sustainable – and thus corresponds exactly to the cliché of a classical “Ökotante”. But Justine celebrates this lifestyle consciously and shows in her blog that an eco-lifestyle is by no means boring, healthy food has nothing to do with abstinence and one can save the world even in a fancy organic cotton hemp top. By the way Justine founded her own eco-brand and recently published her first vegan cookbook. A creative power woman, who is also a real role model for her followers in terms of personality development (#SatisfactionSaturday).

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Eine spannende Beobachtung: Du kannst Schokolade essen, soviel du willst, jeden Tag Erdnussbutter löffeln, Kaffee trinken, streamen bis die/der Ärzt*in kommt, stundenlang auf Insta scrollen & deine Wohnung mit Kohle-Strom beleuchten. Keinen interessiert’s. Keiner verurteilt es. Doch wehe, wenn du dreimal im Jahr eine Plastikflasche kaufst (weil du deine Edelstahlflasche vergessen hat), eine Einweg-Tasche zum einkaufen nutzt, mit dem Auto fährst oder womöglich ein Avocadobrot auf Instagram postest. Wehe dir!!⁣ 😳 ⁣ Es ist unheimlich interessant, dass wir manche Güter mit extremer Umweltbelastung verbinden ⁣ (Einweg-Plastik insbesondere), das auch schnell kritisieren & uns bei anderem, wie Kaffee, Käseprodukten, Blumen, neuen Lederschuhen etc. oft nichts denken. Manches, wie typischerweise die Plastiktüte oder die Plastikflasche, sind in unseren Köpfen mit extremer Umweltbelastung verbunden. ⁣ Anderes, wie ein Strauß Rosen, Stranger Things gucken, Hamburger futtern oder die Wassermelone aus Spanien sind indes nicht behaftet & nur die wenigsten verbinden damit einen (heftigen) CO2-Ausstoß. Dabei sind ein Strauß Rosen aus den Niederlanden, eine Pestizid-Wassermelone aus irgendwo, binge-watching (zu Streaming + CO2 gibt’s Infos auf dem Blog), das 30. Fast Fashion Shirt & die Erdnussbutter klimatechnisch unfassbar viel schädlicher als jede Plastikflasche oder Einweg-Verpackung. Eine Plastiktüte bedeutet übrigens 120g CO2. Auch interessant: Eier haben eine viermal höhere CO2 Bilanz als Avocados! ⁣ ⁣ Disclaimer: Das heißt nicht, dass ich jeden Tag neue Einweg-Plastiktüten nutze, kiloweise Avocados verschlinge oder ich empfehle das zu tun. 🤷🏻‍♀️ ⁣ Ich wollte einfach nur mal darauf hinweisen, dass in so manchen Köpfen einiges unverhältnismäßig schlecht fürs Klima abgespeichert ist & anderes, was oft viel schädlicher ist, gar nicht bedacht wird.⁣ 🌿 ⁣ Auch witzig: Für viele ist alles, was in Glas verpackt ist, automatisch öko. Die Ökobilanz von Glas ist jedoch nicht immer besser als die von Plastik. Besonders die Einweg-Nutzung von Glas ist problematisch! Was sagst du dazu?

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4. Madeleine Alizadeh: The femme fatale of sustainability

Since 10 years Madeleine Alizadeh is already involved in the blogger business – at the beginning as a typical fashion & lifestyle blogger with make-up tutorials, shopping hauls and spontaneous flights to glamorous events. But after seven years the transformation began: Madeleine shut down her blog, founded her own fair-fashion label instead, successfully launched her podcast “a mindfull mess”, published her first book and became politically active by running for the Green Party in Austria’s national elections in 2019. Meanwhile she is one of the most influential activists in the German-speaking world and fights for climate protection, equality, sustainability and against sexism and racism.

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In die Bergi bin i gerni ❣️

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5. Mia Marjanovic’s sustainability blog

Whether fashion, beauty, cooking recipes or interior design – Mia Marjanovic shows in her blog how all this can be done in a sustainable and vegan way. Whether a sustainable wedding dress, vacation in a Tiny House or Zero Waste Tipps for the kitchen: On Mia’s sustainability blog one finds numerous helpful information about sustainability, climate change and animal protection. Her creative DIY and upcycling ideas, a sustainable shopping guide, great fair-fashion shopping tips as well as insider travel recommendations and delicious vegan recipes definitely offer plenty of inspiration for a more sustainable life. And show that an environmentally friendly, conscious and fair lifestyle can be amazingly chic, affordable and simple.

7 stay at home styles - a fair fashion lookbook by Mia Marjanovic

6. The fashion changers: Vreni Jäckle, Nina Lorenzen and Jana Braumüller

Three years ago, three bloggers have joined together to form a collective and founded a blog to finally free the topic of sustainable and fair fashion from its niche and instead establish it in the fashion scene. Since then, the three-woman business with a highly idealistic approach has been doing everything it can, loudly and empoweringly with a lot of (fashion) activism, to achieve a social change in the fashion business and to show that fair and sustainable fashion can change the world. Business tips can be found, among other things, at their own Fashion Changers Conference and in the eponymous book by the three gamechangers.

 

7. Louisa Dellert – the champion of sustainability

Around 393,000 followers on Instagram and 36,000 subscribers on YouTube follow the life of Louisa, known as Lou, on social networks. This makes Louisa one of the highest-reach influencers in our Top 10 sustainability blogs. Louisa started as a fitness blogger in 2014 and advised her followers mainly on nutrition and training issues. But Louisa’s sometimes extreme sports and beauty craze ended abruptly with her heart surgery. Afterwards Louisa changed her life and started to deal with topics like environment, politics, sustainability and self-love. In the meantime, the 31-year-old runs her own store with sustainable products, published her first book with tips for a more sustainable lifestyle and speaks regularly and openly about social and personal problems in her own podcast.

8. Zero-waste and fair fashion in Swiss German – the sustainability blog of Anina Gepp

She fills up her storage cans in the unpackaged store, goes running, does yoga with her boyfriend and plucks the herbs for the next vegan dish right on her own balcony: Swiss blogger Anina shows how a sustainable everyday life can work and be fun at the same time. Because whether it’s sustainable clothing, healthy vegan recipes or environmental protection: Anina always informs her followers objectively and competently about a wide variety of problems and always encourages them to do their best to make more sustainable shopping decisions – but without losing the joy of experimenting.

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If it scares you and excites you at the same time, you should probably do it. 💪🏼 Dieses Zitat passt gerade so wunderbar zu meinem Projekt, welches ich endlich in Angriff genommen habe. Ich träume schon seit Jahren davon und doch hat mir irgendwie immer der Mut dazu gefehlt, es einfach zu machen. Kennt ihr das? Habt ihr vielleicht auch einen Traum, den ihr nicht so ganz traut, wahr werden zu lassen? 😬 Das Bild ist von der lieben @katja_koppensteiner , die mich – auch für mein Projekt – bald wieder besucht! 🤭 . #goodmorning #gooutside #hikinggirl #hikingtheglobe #hikeswitzerland #inlovewithswitzerland #mountainview #glücklichsein #gutertag #ticino #valleverzasca #lavertezzo #sommer2020

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9. Sustainable adventure tours with Angelique Vochezer

Who follows Angelique, lust for travel immediately: Because apart from sport, her minimalistic and sustainable closet as well as vegan nutrition, the 29 year old deals particularly with the topic travels on her blog. With her VW van “Schosch” Angelique experienced already quite a few travel adventures and takes her followers gladly out into nature: to crystal-clear mountain lakes, romantic sunsets and idyllic overnight accomodation places. And thus proves that you can be just as happy on 4 square meters of living space as on 40 square meters – according to the motto, less luxury, more sustainable living!

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Mein Blick, wenn mir jemand sagt, als Veganer kann man ja eh nur noch Salat essen.🤣 OKAY! 😅 Nein jetzt aber mal ernsthaft ein paar Tipps zur veganen Ernährung auf Reisen. Wenn ihr eure eigene kleine Küche dabei habt, könnt ihr ja schon von Zuhause einige Basics mitnehmen, wie Linsen, Hanfsamen, Nüsse, Kichererbsen, Bohnen, Tofu. Außerdem gibt es solche Eiweißquellen ja fast überall zu kaufen. Ansonsten darf natürlich Reis, Nudeln, Wraps, Kartoffeln, Haferflocken, Müsli als Kohlenhydratlieferant nicht fehlen. Obst & Gemüse könnt ihr immer toll auf den Märkten vor Ort einkaufen. Also es geht sehr zurück zu den Basics. Für die Naschkatzen gibt es dunkle Schokolade oder Oreos in so vielen Supermärkten. Man lernt unterwegs wieder viel bewusster zu essen & freut sich besonders, wenn es doch was ausgefallenes im Supermarkt gibt. Wie macht ihr das denn unterwegs? Finde es wird erst kniffelig, wenn unterwegs keine Küche zur Verfügung steht. 📸♥️ @marienova #vegan #veganfood #veganernährung #vegandeutschland #veganreisen #vanlife #vanlifegermany #van #camperlife #poland

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10. Rethinking with Yannick & Oliver

On Yannick and Oliver’s YouTube channel you can find everything about sustainable fashion and lifestyle – not only for men. In their videos the two smart guys deal with sustainability seals, show the latest fashion pieces in entertaining fair-fashion hauls, review sneakers, brands and co. and deal with all kinds of topics around the crazy and colorful fashion world. Apart from sustainable fashion, problems such as racism, climate change and environmentally conscious nutrition are also discussed.

Besides all these great and inspiring sustainability blogs, there are also numerous corporate blogs of sustainable brands, which we also want to share with you:

At our brand partner Zanier you will find many interesting stories from outdoor influencers and athletes, who all have the motto #mymountainpassion in common and report about their experiences and adventures in the mountains. The blog of Vaude also lets (mountain) adventurers have their say, who report about their partly unbelievable journeys in far and near. But also product reviews and insights into the product development are given. bleed offers not only exclusive behind-the-scenes insights into the daily work of a sustainable fashion label, but also delicious recipes, adventure tips and helpful guidelines for travel enthusiasts as well as information on sustainable and environmentally relevant topics. And even a few DIYs will find their place here.

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