How to live eco-friendly life? These Instagram accounts show you how

Eco-friendly habits such as recycling, going organic, driving hybrids, biking, and conserving water are becoming mainstream. … Here’s some activities, habits, and lifestyles changes that get you inspired to live greener life.

6 Instagram accounts to follow for ideas on sustainable travel

Founded by Jennifer Nini, a certified organic farmer, it’s your manual to ethical fashion and sustainable living. Follow for sustainable fashion as well as facts and stats.



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What is the difference between biodegradable and compostable? . Be cautious with greenwashing and marketing terms! . While all compostable items are biodegradable, not all biodegradable items are compostable. . Biodegradable simply means that an item will break down in nature eventually. . However, this term is misleading because a biodegradable item could break down in 6 months or in hundred years. . Compostable items must break down in a single composting cycle. . The outcome of the compost must be non-toxic and safe for the environment. . However, remember that not all compostable items are safe for home composting, and need to be composted in industrial facilities. . Why is it important to compost? . When organic waste is sent to landfill, it will decompose without oxygen, which will produce methane, a greenhouse gas much more harmful to the planet than CO2. . In a compost pile, organic waste will decompose into CO2 because it is exposed to oxygen. At the end of the cycle, you will get a free fertilizer for your garden and plant pots to keep them looking beautiful! . Think about all the organic waste from your kitchen that you could compost! . For more ideas on how to be more eco-friendly, visit our profile and find hundreds of easy eco tips @easyecotips ???? . . . #easyecotips #recycled #tips #ecofriendly #ecotips #greentips #ecology #savetheplanet #zerowaste #zerowasteliving #zerowastelifestyle #zerowastelife #greenliving #sustainableliving #climatechange #globalwarming #reuse #reducereuserecycle #zerowastetips #savetheplanet #biodegradable #compost #compostable #composting #organic #garden #organic

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From making organic mosquito repellant to growing your own herbs, this handle breaks it down for you in fun illustrations. Follow for DIYs, trivia and, of course, easy eco tips.

‘No packaging, no processed food and no trash’ is Anne-Marrie Bonneau’s mantra, and she lives by it. Follow for recipes and eco-friendly cooking techniques.

For easy steps that suit different budgets and lifestyles, Anita Vandyke’s Instagram feed will turn you into an everyday activist. Follow for home décor and tips on daily lifestyle choices.


As the name suggests, this handle is your daily handbook to a zero-waste life. Follow for tips on eco-friendly living and climate related news.

Confused about seasonal, farmed, ocean-friendly fish? This is where you can start. Follow for their monthly updates on eating the right kind of fish.

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