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Zero Waste Bloggers

I have come across a growing group of zero waste bloggers recently that I felt the need to share. Some you may know and others you may not.





These ladies from all over this fine globe are working hard and living trash free. It is great that I get to share my life with everyone and support others on their journey but sometimes I do turn to blogs that are from my own country to find answers on specific things for zero waste living or plastic free. So if you are from the USA, Denmark, United Kingdom, Canada dive in and see what you can learn. I will keep adding to this list as I meet more people because sharing is caring.


USA
gruenish.com
zanygreenquest.wordpress.com

France

Ukraine
Mariannaboyko.com

Turkey
thishappylowlife.wordpress.com



Brazil
umanosemlixo.com


This list is expanding more and more each week. To keep up to date with new zero waste bloggers check out the Zero Waste Bloggers Network.

If you know of anyone else don't hesitate to put a comment below with a link to the blog and the country.

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    1. How could I forget Bea?! Thanks so much!!

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  2. Emily-Jane Lowe-Townley runs a zero-waste Dutch blog and webshop at http://levenzonderafval.blogspot.nl. She shares local tips but also sells zero-waste tools such as reusable produce bags and beeswax paper. And in just a few weeks, her book will be published!

    Ree at www.fortnegrita.com is also a great source of inspiration on living zero-waste.

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    1. Yes, Rea is a great zero waste blogger. Thanks for pointing me towards Emily-Jane :)

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  3. Also notrashproject.com

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    1. A great website also...good to see I can add more to the list :)

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  4. And I just found Fort Negrita. http://www.fortnegrita.com/

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    1. She is now on the list too. thanks!

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  5. Anonymous4/03/2015

    The first three listed under Denmark are actually from Germany. .de is Germany's country code. .dk is Denmark's. Thanks for the tips! :)

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  6. Hi! I also blog about lesser waste, although the blog is in German (for now). you can find me at www.wenigerabfall.wordpress.com

    Katja

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    1. You are now on the list :)

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  7. Hi,

    thanks for posting this list, I really enjoyed seeing what others are doing. Funny to think that what we are all trying to do was common at one time, as there was no plastic or excess packaging. I remember that when I'm tired and it all feels a bit hard!

    Madeleine.x

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    1. I know right - we lived for thousands of years and survived without plastic.

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  8. And I just remembered zerowastechef.com

    Madeleine

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    1. How could i forget zero waste chef?! She is a gem :)

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  9. www.thesunshinegrove.net in sunny Southern California!

    Thanks for this great list of others to follow.

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  10. Here is another I found, in the UK:
    http://eco-boost.co/category/zero-waste/

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    1. That looks like a good one. Thanks Stargirl!

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  11. You have a great blog, it's inspiring!
    My blog (www.emmajohn.nl) is not in English, but it ís about zero waste :)

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    1. I have added you to the list Nicky :)

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  12. Thanks for posting this list! I have lots of blogs to start reading :)

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    1. I know! And the list keeps growing each week...

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  13. Thank you so much for sharing these inspiring blogs here! I am so happy to read about people who care about nature and do everything to prevent the toxic waste in the environment! Thank you again!

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    1. Thanks Melany - I am glad you enjoy the blogs I have shared. If you find any that are not on the list, please let me know :)

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  14. Anonymous7/01/2015

    To add one more Zero Waste blog from Denmark I'd recommend Janne from http://tagskraldet.tumblr.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/tagskraldet?fref=ts

    She blogs in Danish which is great, and have also helped to start the Zero Waste group in Aarhus where she is from.

    Also, I hope that a Spanish blog will be found and added soon :D

    Cheers!

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    1. Thank you! I have added her to the list :)

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  15. http://www.bezero.co

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  16. http://www.recyclingis.sexy

    Also, here is a whole list on Paris to Go. It has a few that I hadn't found before.
    http://www.paris-to-go.com/p/zero-waste-bloggers.html?m=1

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  17. http://karagoesgreen.wordpress.com/
    https://greenerfamilyin365days.wordpress.com/2015/07/07/recycler-brigades-terracycle/

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    1. Thanks for the suggestions :)

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    2. In the comments there are a lot of blogs listed. Béa asked for links if anyone had a blog.
      http://www.zerowastehome.com/2015/07/from-blog-to-movement.html?m=1

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    3. Thanks for letting me know!!!

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  18. Hi
    Not only ladies ;)
    Thanks for the link. See you in the Group ;)

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  19. Thank you so much for this list of blogs! I'm just starting to strive to a zero-waste lifestyle, so I need their experience and advices so much! I'm still having some troubles making some of the changes, but I'm getting there! :)

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    1. No problem Rosa. Don't worry if you are having troubles. Making changes is not the easiest thing to do. We all slip up or run into obstacles. The fact that you are attempting to reduce your waste is commendable. Just don't compare yourself to others that may have been doing it longer. Go at your own pace and be kind to yourself :) and if you ever have any questions WE are all happy to help. Send us emails, comments, whatever.

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  20. This list is awesome - would love for some more from the African continent to surface!

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  21. I just found your blog but its seriously so inspiring... I'm going to going to go on a rouge ginger blog binge!

    Would love it if you could check out my blog, it focuses mainly on zerofoodwaste... baby steps for me to living a less wasteful life :)

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    1. Hi Clarissa, Thanks for the kind words. I will check out your blog :)

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  22. Hi Clarissa, Thanks for the kind words. I will check out your blog :)

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  23. This is great! Thanks for sharing :)

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  24. http://doemijmaaruiensoep.blogspot.nl
    Which means "I'd rather have onionsoup" (instead of plasticsoup) great ideas and diy to prevent the use of plastic.

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    1. Thanks for the mention - I have added the blog :) Cool name.

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  25. Hi Erin,

    From South Africa where living zero waste is a little extra challenging since we're a third world country. Still determined to be the change:):)
    Found your blog via a friend from Ireland that I met in Thailand. Love the world wide web!!
    While my blog is mostly about zero waste living I do blog about other things.
    Thanks for all the tips and ideas!!
    natashamarais.co.za

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    1. Hey, great to connect with you. I have added you to the list :)

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  26. You don't know some zero waste bloggers in Brazil? I know only one (Link: http://www.umanosemlixo.com/ "One year no garbage"), that I met in a rapid search...
    I added your blog in my list of favorites!

    Well, that's it!!
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    1. Thank you for alerting me to this and I have updated the list :)

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  27. Anonymous2/01/2016

    Hi Erin, I also really like consciousbychloe.com!!! She is native french but publishes in English from Oregon! :)

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    1. Thank you!!! Conscious by Chloe has been added to the list.

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  28. Erin, thank you so much for including me on this list! And thank you "Anonymous" for recommending me!
    May I also recommend an update of this list? http://www.therogueginger.com/p/blogs-and-websites.html ;)
    Keep up the good work!

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  29. There is a good Canadian one called paredownhome.com. Great list though I have been having fun checking it out!

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    1. Of course!! I have added them to the lis :)

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  30. May I throw my hat into the ring and represent Turkey? Im Samantha Lea and Im blogging about going Zero Waste in Istanbul @ thishappylowlife.wordpress.com

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    1. Certainly :) Great to add another person, from another country.

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  31. You've written awesome list, thank's for that!:)
    Lot's inspiration and luck!:)
    worldventures review

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  32. Thank you for such a comprehensive list! I started my blog a little while back and it can feel like I'm the only one trying to minimize the use of plastic and be zero waste!
    Katy from Skipthebag.blogspot.com

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    1. You have been added to the list Katy. Thanks for your contribution.

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  33. Thanks for the gray ways to help. I have been convicted that I need to do more to cut waste and this truly helps out so much thanks

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  34. Some of the ways I figured to is to buy fresh fruit not in plastic bags and can be cut and stored in glass

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    1. Yes, they are some ways to cut back on plastic. Food packaging is one of the biggest contributors to waste. Cutting back where you can helps in a major way to reduce waste.

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  35. You can also assist by buying clothes at the second hand store. Since new clothes often come in plastic and reused clothes do not\.

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    1. I love second hand shopping :) I used to work in a retail store when I was at university and each item of clothing was wrapped in plastic before it made its way onto the shop floor.

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    2. Great idea Jenny! :)

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  36. My name is Marianna. I'm a blogger from Ukraine. I write in Ukrainian. https://www.mariannaboyko.com/

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    1. Welcome Ukraine :) You are now on the list. Thanks for sharing.

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  37. Yes we really do need to hop our planet and make sure we are not wasting when we don't need to

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  38. I read your blog. It is a very important for us. I love you this blog. Thank You !

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  39. Thanks for the resources here! I do a lot with energy efficiency, water conservation with plumbing and HVAC topics.

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  40. Thank you for sharing this list! I started going through a few and have found so many beneficial tips and ideas!

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  42. Hi! I'm in the process of starting a Zero Waste blog for the Boston area of Massachusetts, USA.

    https://bostonzerowaste.com/

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    1. Thank you, Emily. I've added you to the list.

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  43. Thanks for the list! It is nice to see Canadian ones, as American ones seem to dominate ...
    http://obibinibruni.org/

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    1. They do indeed. I'd love to see more Canadians :)

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