You’ll find tonnes of videos on reducing your footprint, eating less meat and looking good without fast fashion.
Below, we’ve put together five eco-conscious YouTubers we think you should subscribe to.
Hana Grace is a vegan from the United States, who shares videos on sustainability and low-waste living. Her YouTube channel is already chock-full of vegan recipes (like a delicious vegan chocolate mousse), day-in-the-life diaries, and advice on sustainable fashion brands.
One of her most recent videos rounds up eighty things you can do to save the planet; it’s full of eco-friendly tips and advice such as using substitute wraps and zip-lock bags, planting your own home garden, volunteering at clean-ups at your local beach, and so much more.
British YouTuber Kate Arnell runs the ECO BOOST YouTube channel, offering tips on living a zero-waste lifestyle in London.
Kate says that she launched the channel to release her inner eco-enthusiast, and with tips on choosing organic, eco-fashion, seasonal food, exploring her local area and reviewing eco-friendly alternatives, we’re already obsessed.
Verena Erin runs the My Green Closet YouTube channel, where she’s on a mission to build a sustainable, ethical, minimal wardrobe.
She believes we should buy less but buy better, and all of her videos are about slow fashion, capsule wardrobes and living more eco-consciously.
Before she started her YouTube channel, Verena studied and worked in the fashion industry, and she learned a lot about the ethical and environmental issues that went on behind the scenes.
That’s what inspired her to change her career and reassess her values; she started by buying less clothing, which then sparked her minimalism journey.
She soon realised that you don’t have to sacrifice style to have a beautiful wardrobe, and that’s where her YouTube channel came about. She creates videos to share her journey and inspire others to try it out.
Candice Hutchings is also known as The Edgy Veg.
She shares vegan and vegetarian recipes and tutorials on her YouTube channel, designed to encourage people to change the way they think about food and challenge the perception of a “boring” vegetarian community.
Though her channel is on a journey to revolutionise the food we define as “vegan”, switching out bland salads for repurposed family favourites, she also does her bit for the environment.
Indeed, her channel has a dedicated eco-friendly hacks playlist with videos on becoming more ethical and sustainable.
Think ways to recycle and repurpose used cartons, tips on reducing waste, ingredients to avoid if you’re vegan, and low-waste grocery shopping tips.
Popular British vlogger Niomi Smart started uploading videos in 2014 and gained more than a million followers after appearing in videos featuring Marcus Butler, Jim Chapman and Alfie Deyes.
She’s built a brand for herself around wellness and released her first book Eat Smart in 2016, packed with recipes for anyone who wants to “feel amazing from the inside out”.
Although the majority of her videos focus on makeup, travel, and wellness, she also regularly posts about sustainable fashion, plastic pollution, and eco-friendly skincare tutorials.
There you have it - five eco-conscious YouTubers you should check out. Subscribe to them all and get in touch on Twitter @UltraTeeBrand if you have any YouTuber recommendations.