5 websites that will help you live more sustainably

5 websites that will help you live more sustainably

by Cecilia Dos Santos
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Living sustainably doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, there are many websites out there that can help make it a lot easier! In this blog post, we will be featuring 5 of our favorite websites that help you live more sustainably. From eco-friendly travel bloggers to zero-waste resources, we’ve got you covered. So whether you’re looking to reduce your carbon footprint or just learn more about sustainable living, these websites are a great place to start!

Ecotourism World

Picture from ecotourism world

Ecotourism world was founded by Kaori Inagaki. A world traveler with more than 54 countries in her book. She has a master’s degree in ecotourism. Being passionate about ecotourism herself, she founded Ecotourism world to encourage travelers to make eco-friendly choices for themselves and the planet. Kaori holds the Professional Certificate in Sustainable Tourism issued by Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC).

Ecotourism world is an informational platform that transmits information related to ecotourism and sustainable tourism in the world. It gives you some tips to organize your own sustainable trip and suggestions for sustainable destinations, eco hotels, and sustainable activities.

So if you want to get more into ecotourism, and you don’t know where to start, Ecotourism world is the perfect website to start with!

Visit the website here.

Tilted map

Picture of Ketti Wilhelm from Tiltedmap.com

Ketti has a master’s degree in sustainable business. She has lived in China. Italy and France, besides her home country, The United States. Besides that, she has spent significant time in Spain, New Zealand, Southeast Asia, Nicaragua, and the Caribbean.

Her blog, tiltedmap.com, is a member of Tourism Declares A Climate Emergency, which means she’s working to make it into a climate-neutral travel blog. You can follow this process in her articles about reducing her carbon footprint from travel, and you can find everything from recipes to eco-friendly travel tips on the blog.

Ketti believes sustainable traveling is not about perfection but about doing better.

Her blog is a mixture of fun travel stories, guides, detailed reviews of sustainable and plastic-free products, and travel tips.w

A must-follow, even if you don’t travel that much!

Visit the website here.

The Travel Book

Picture of Ras & Karo from Thetravelbook.com

Ras and Karo, the people behind The Travel Book, are two of the most dedicated people out there. They won the Truestory Content Award for the best travel blog of 2022, so we are not the only ones who are big fans of this blog!

Their content is dedicated to changing bad habits without compromising on quality, luxury, or great holiday experiences.

They want to inspire their followers to travel more eco-friendly and lower travelers’ impact on the environments they explore.

They take incredible pictures when they travel, so you should follow them if you want to travel more sustainably, if you want guides and inspiration for your next vacation, or if you want to look at breathtaking pictures from around the world.

Visit the website here.


Picture of Gittemary from Gittemary.com

Gittemary is a danish blogger from Aalborg. She began her sustainability journey in 2015 but had been working full-time with eco-content since 2019. She switched out impulse buts, fashion week, and must-haves for a zero waste and plastic-free lifestyle.

Her blog is dedicated to helping others to reduce waste. You can find DIY guides, vegan recipes, and green recommendations on her blog. Gittemary also hosts lectures, classes, and workshops about her zero-waste lifestyle.

She has also just made a Ted Talk! It is called “How to Not Lose Hope.”

Visit the website here.


Picture of Rebecca and Tommie from Bambuubrush.com

So, where do you start if you want to swap out some of your products? Visit Bambuubrush.com!

It all started with bamboo toothbrushes.

After years of living and working around the world and witnessing firsthand the impact plastic pollution is having on our planet, Rebecca and Tommie created @Bambuubrush to combat plastic pollution and give back to those who are vulnerable.

Did you know that 3.6 billion plastic toothbrushes are sold worldwide each year?

They aim to educate, inspire, and empower people to make simple swaps in their everyday life to combat plastic pollution—one step at a time.

Visit the website here.

We hope you will check out these five websites and that you find the information helpful as you work to live more sustainably. It can be tricky making sustainable choices when it seems like the whole world is against us, but by working together, we can take care of this fantastic planet. So let’s get started! What tips do you have for living a more sustainable life?

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