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Top Environmentally Friendly Accounts to Follow

Photo courtesy of The Last Plastic Straw.

Top Environmentally Friendly Accounts to Follow

Article 11 - June 7, 2019
Written By Crystal Milburn

We surveyed the crew and the results are in! Below are the top 15 environmentally friendly social media accounts that we just can’t get enough of. They have Mother Earth on the brain 24/7 and we LOVE it! We’d marry ‘em if we could!! Srsly, how cuuute would our trash babies be???

Balloons Blow

@BalloonsBlow (FB & IG)

Photo courtesy of Balloons Blow.

Conch Republic Marine Army

@conchrepublicmarinearmy (FB & IG)

Dreaming Tree Wines

@dreamingtreewines (FB)

@thedreamingtreewines (IG)

Keep TN Beautiful

@KeepTennesseeBeautiful (FB)

@keeptnbeautiful (IG)

Leonardo Dicaprio

@leonardodicaprio (FB & IG)

National Geographic

@natgeo (FB & IG)

Photo courtesy of NatGeo.

One Tree Planted

@onetreeplanted (FB & IG)

Photo courtesy of One Tree Planted.

Plastic Free Mermaid

@plasticfreemermaid (FB & IG)

Photo courtesy of Plastic Free Mermaid.

Plastic Tides

@plastictides (FB & IG)

Photo courtesy of Plastic Tides and Theo Knevel.

Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii

@sustainablecoastlineshawaii (IG & FB)

Photo courtesy of Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii.

Tentree

@tentree (FB & IG) + @treeplanters (IG)

The Environmental Defenders of McHenry County

@environmentaldefenders (FB)

The Last Plastic Straw

@TheLastPlasticStraw (FB)

@noplasticstraws (IG)

Photo courtesy of The Last Plastic Straw.

TVA - Tennessee Valley Authority

@TVA (FB & IG)

Zooey Deschanel

@zooeydeschanel (FB & IG)

 

Photo Courtesy of Zooey Deschanel

Bonus Tracks

Check out these hashtags for some more earth lovin' fun!

#planetorplastic

#skipthestraw

#strawssuck

#trashtag

So, if you’re looking for more ways in which to get involved, keep following us and then follow any accounts that strike your plastic-free fancy!

 


True Story

This is the true story of 10 river rats picked to live on a barge, clean up rivers and their watersheds, work alongside volunteers and have their lives turned upside down. Follow along to find out what happens when people stop being trashy and start getting environmentally savvy!

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