7 sustainable superheroes for green living inspiration To celebrate the people who inspire us to make greener choices we’ve put together an ultimate list of sustainable superheroes. A go-to list of bloggers and movie makers who offer advice on sustainable fashion, eating and living, all nominated by you! Curiously Conscious - nominated the most times by you! Behind Curiously Conscious is Besma: “I started Curiously Conscious as a way to document the changes I was making to live in a more sustainable way; it first started with my diet, and came to encapsulate my lifestyle, covering natural beauty, ethical fashion, eco-travel and more. Three years on, and I’m delighted to find myself amongst a large community all doing the same - looking for kinder ways to live!” Besma began Curiously Conscious when she was living in Paris exploring a new way of living, buying fresh food from the market and investing in slow fashion. Her blog is a one-stop shop for advice on sustainable food, fashion, travel and beauty. Her philosophy is ‘be kinder to the earth, each other and ourselves’ and Curiously Conscious is packed full of tips on how to do just that. We recommend kicking off with her brilliant post on Recipes To Fight Food Waste. Frugal family Frugal Family was set up by Mum and blogger Cass as she set out to save money in order to spend more time with her family. It has some incredible tips on meal planning and making the most of your leftovers in order to save a few pounds and if you’re a novice there is also an easy budget planning tool to help you see what you're spending. Sometimes living sustainably means valuing the things that we have and enjoying time together without having to jump on the crazy consumer bandwagon. Heartwarming and inspirational, follow them for top tips on living for less. Eat Sleep Organic Natalie and Ceri are two self-proclaimed soul sisters who are on a mission to promote sustainable fashion, vegan eating and organic products. If you’re always on the hunt for sustainable fashion tips, want some advice on vegan living or going organic this is the blog for you! We love this post on consuming consciously Eco-Boost Kate Arnell, the brains behind the blog and YouTube channel eco-boost, has spent the last four years living a zero-waste lifestyle and shares a host of top tips on how to reduce the amount of waste you use, as well as looking at buying organic and sustainable fashion. In the wake of plastic-gate more and more of us have been looking at how we can reduce the amount of single-use plastic we use and Kate is definitely the woman to dish out a little inspiration Also, check out this video we made with Kate last year! Sustainably Simple Sustainably Simple is a blog run by 24-year-old Londoner Rachel who offers up easy ways to incorporate sustainability into your everyday life. Whether you’re looking for recipes, new brands, discussion pieces (or a fair trade cocktail recipe…) sustainably simple is a great site to follow if you’re looking to make small changes to live a greener life Fat Gay Vegan Fat, Gay Vegan is a chronicle of one man’s journey through the wonderful world of plant-based food. Full of glorious vegan comfort food and the best places to eat out, FGV even runs a vegan food market in London. This is the perfect place to go to state your search for the perfect vegan burger as well as advice on how to ‘Eat, Drink and Live like you give a sh!t’ - the title of his new book which you can preview here. Sourced by HuffPost A new(ish) section of the brilliant Huffington post all about sustainable living. Their motto is ‘better not perfect’ which is a breath of fresh air in a space which has a reputation for gloomy hardliners. Sourced have interviews with everyone from People Tree to Moon Cup with frank discussions on achievable ways to live a bit greener. In the launch of the site, Claudia Canavan said “We don't need to quit life and create communes in the woods to push against the tide. We're not going to do everything right every day. But we can, collectively, go in together on the little changes that add up to a big impact.” if this sounds up your street (why wouldn’t it be?) follow them on Instagram here. Congratulations to all the bloggers and channels who were nominated to be part of this shortlist. If we’ve missed off your favourite, celebrate what they do to help you live a greener life and tag them with the hashtag #MyGreenInspiration on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. Keep up with Hubbub on our YouTube channel where we investigate the green issues that matter to you. Getting behind the headlines and to the bottom of everything from what electric cars are like to drive to whether we should be eating less eating meat.