We know that it takes each and every one of us to make changes in our lives to move the dial on climate change, but some individuals are already going above and beyond to help their communities, followers, families, schools, workplaces and so on be more planet friendly.
We want to recognise Sustainable Heroes up and down the UK for the good that they do and also help everyone connect with them for some inspiration, advice, tips and ideas. Who knows you might even see some of them at the show.
Immy Lucas, started her blog and YouTube channel Sustainable Vegan to inspire and help you live as low impact as possible with what is practically available. Encouraging people to find small ways to change their behaviour over time to make a huge impact.
As the founder of Moral Fibers, a fantastic sustainable lifestyle blog, she educates her following on homemade, eco-friendly, and chemical-free cleaning products that are good for the environment as well as giving other amazing eco-friendly tips.
Founding Less Plastic in 2015, Amanda is championing the global movement toward a plastic-free lifestyle by educating the public on practical strategies to use less plastic. Amanda is also dedicated to empowering professionals to reduce the amount of plastic used in the workplace with her practical five-step framework to become a Plastic Game Changer in her book, Plastic Game Changer.
Chess as an environmentalist and concerned global citizen championed the transition of her hometown, Malmesbury, to become a Plastic Free Community while also developing the pro-active Malmesbury Climate Action Network.
Find Chess on LinkedIn.
An activist, writer, speaker, and storyteller, Dominique Palmer first joined the fight for our planet when she realised how much air pollution was impacting her community. Going on to be named in the Forbes 2020 top U.K Environmentalists list.
Jennifer Nini is a writer, activist, and certified organic farm owner. Starting her own blog, Eco Warrior Princess in 2010, she covers topics that matter! Exploring everything from environmental issues, and conservation to sustainable fashion and conscious business.
Dominique is a non-traditional environmental educator, starting her blog Melanin And Sustainable Style, to enlighten her followers on the way you can impact the world through sustainable style choices while echoing stories of how fashion can impact communities of colour around the world.
Starting her blog Curiously Conscious in 2014, Besma, uses her platform to document kinder ways to live and dress. Covering everything from sustainable fashion, and clean beauty to low-impact lifestyle, and more, Curiously Conscious makes educational content you can’t wait to read.
Starting her eco-friendly blog Gyspy Soul, Georgina has the goal to help the world minimize, simplify and find more joy in life, giving handy sustainable tips on everyday living. She also has a 7-day course that aids in living a more sustainable and simple life to combat stress, sleep deprivation, and lack of control.
Cassy launched her blog Zero Wasted with a mission to find the best sustainable and ethical products in the UK. This incredible platform makes it easy for eco-shoppers to compare all the options and sift through the greenwashing to make the most informed purchasing decisions.
Craig J Todd
Craig started Eco Tech Daily in 2014, with the intention of sharing his passion for technology and its potential to have a positive impact on our environment and lives with the world.
Find Eco Tech Daily on Twitter.
As the founder, author, and manager of Green Abode, Chris created the blog to address the more practical ways that everyone can save money and live more sustainably. Helping you learn that saving money and being more eco-friendly go hand in hand.
Follow Green Abode’s latest news on Twitter.
Sophie is helping you become an even better plant-based cook, by sharing her amazing recipes on her social platform. Encouraging the world that plant-based food can not only be good for you and the planet but also good for the tastebuds!
Follow Sophie’s plant-based kitchen on Instagram
Living in Southhampton, UK Ellie uses her social platform to give nifty tips on sustainable living. Covering everything from reducing food waste to sustainable and second-hand shopping.
Follow Ellie on Instagram to learn more.
As the founder of the No Meat Manchester Instagram page, Liv, shares her passion for all things vegan with her followers. Sharing the best reviews, recipes, and restaurants where you can indulge in vegan food that doesn't cost the planet.
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David is a senior campaigner, policy specialist, and strategy professional, with over a decade’s experience in the international development sector. He was also involved in the Green Pensions Charter launched by Make My Money Matter, an ambitious call to action to ensure all company pension schemes help tackle the climate crisis, not fuel the fire.
Find David on LinkedIn.
The Sustainable Mancs
Sharing the best sustainable tips and brands that put the planet over profit, The Sustainable Mancs, share content that educates and inspires you to be more eco-friendly in your everyday life.
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Grace Beverley runs three sustainable businesses and has won awards for her entrepreneurial abilities.
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Eilidh is a self-confessed former fast-fashion addict. In 2019, she set a challenge to not purchase any new clothes. Now, she lives by a green and slow-living ethos.
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Splitting her time between Cornwall and London, Sophie can often be found outside in cold water. She uses her platform to speak on ocean pollution and sustainability.
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A travel influencer with a passion for environmentalism, Neel educates his followers on conservation and sustainability when it comes to tourism and consumerism.
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Tiphaine is a freelance creative and the founder of the sustainable brand, Zephyrlondon - a 100% organic and cruelty-free handbag brand ethically made in London.
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As a plastic-free parent, Emma lives sustainably and brings up her three children to do the same. She uses her platform to promote parenting slowly and sustainably.
Follow Emma on Instagram.