10 Eco-Conscious Accounts That’ll Breathe New Life Into Your Instagram Feed

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When it comes to eco-conscious Instagrams, we’re not the experts, but we’re definitely interested. We’ve seen plenty of beautiful women you can follow, sure, as well as celebrities you should probably delete, but it’s about time we went down the long, photogenic road of eco-minded individuals and organizations who give a damn that are worth knowing.

Have a look at some of our favorite recyclers, eco-artists, trustworthy nonprofits and zero-wasters and see if you can’t pick up a few tricks of your own.

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Shia is a zero-waste blogger who teaches how easy it is to waste less and still function like an Earthling.

 

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1 Million Women is a group of ladies in Australia who show how one small shift by a lot of people can make a huge difference. Some of the things they come up with are unreal.

 

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Lonely Whale, cofounded by Entourage star Adrian Grenier, brings communities closer to the ocean through awareness and education with one of their main operatives being a straw-less living.

 

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Mission Blue is another oceanic nonprofit whose focus centers around taking action in protecting the world’s oceans.

 

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The National Park Foundation is the official charity of America’s parks and nonprofit partner to @NationalPark Service. And our friends @ParksProjects are the official retail partner, too. All great organizations to know, fellow hikers.

 

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Oceana focuses on restoring the ocean globally. Like all of the oceans everywhere.

 

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Waterlust is all about environmentally conscious products and inspiring media for research and adventure.

 

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Made Out of WHAT is a collection of art and furniture made out of recycled materials. You wouldn’t believe what some of their stuff is made out of.

 

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This environmentally sound Nashville reclaimer uses pallets and crates in some of the most unique and still totally applicable ways to make your house feel more like a home. That smell of freshly-cut wood, mmm.

 

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Gentlemen, if you’re looking to get your lady something nice, try Reformation. They’re all about sustainable clothing. And so are we.