To mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we share our favourite climate activists to follow on Instagram, so that we can keep having this important conversation (in all its nuances) all year round and push for system change together.
One of our favourite activists to follow on Instagram! We had the pleasure of hosting the med student on our Instagram Live series this week talking about all things sustainability and inclusivity and going flight-free.
Aja Barber is a writer and activist focused on sustainability, intersectional feminism and racism. We love to follow her for radical honesty and informative posts.
By now you are probably already familiar with the 16-year-old activist who first attracted attention by sitting in front of the Swedish parliament every Friday striking for the climate. Her action turned into a global movement called #FridaysForFuture
Isra is is the 17-year-old co-founder of the US Youth Climate Strike, whose largest strike inspired 1.6 million students across 120 countries to skip school in order to demand action on climate change. Her mission? Diversifying the movement and demanding change from those in power.
Alice aims to tells humanistic stories behind gender inequality and climate change through her lens as a Photojournalist. With her Stories published on The Guardian and international publications, she is a leading voice in the movement.
The Colombian-American activist is the author of 'Youth To Power' and founder of Zero Hour, an intersectional movement of youth activists fighting for a livable planet.
Tolmeia, known as Tolly Dolly Posh, is a climate activist and sustainable fashion blogger who works closely with Extinction Rebellion. Ps. she is also responsible for some of the best sustainability Giff's we've all been using today on Stories!
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