Social media can be a great place to learn and share tips and news from the zero waste world. There are many valuable “feeds” across Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest that are worth following to give you tips on things like reducing packaging waste at home or getting creative with leftovers or sharing repair or do-it-yourself (DIY) strategies and much more. Social media can also be a great place to get educated (for free since there are tons of articles and papers posted) about the Zero Waste Movement. Here are some of our favorite zero waste social media feeds:
Top Zero Waste Bloggers
Shia Siu, from Vancouver, B.C., often blogs about do-it-yourself solutions for zero waste at home. Find her on Facebook @WastelandRebel, Instagram @_wastelandrebel_, or on the web at wastelandrebel.com.
Jonathan Levy, from Castro Valley, CA (now Los Angeles, CA), often blogs about the zero waste industry side of things as a consultant working on waste reduction. Find him on Facebook @ZeroWasteGuy, Instagram @ZeroWasteGuy, on Twitter @ZeroWasteGuy1 or on the web at zerowasteguy.com.
Lauren Singer, from New York, N.Y., blogs about personal waste reduction and sells personal care products too. Find her on Facebook @TrashIsForTossers, Instagram @trashisfortossers, on Twitter @Trashis4Tossers,or on the web at
Top Waste-Conscious Chefs
Anne-Marie Bonneau, from Palo Alto is a Zero Waste Chef who blogs about many things relating to food and zero waste and has even hosted zero waste cooking workshops for CVSan! What does she say? “Lots of sourdough, no processed food, no packaging, no waste.” Find her on Facebook @ZeroWasteChef, Instagram @ZeroWasteChef, on Twitter @ZeroWasteChef or on the web at zerowastechef.com.
Massimo Bottura, from Modena, Italy is well known for his restaurant Osteria Fransescana, for his book Bread is Gold, and for his non-profit, Food for Soul. Now he’s started a cooking show called KitchenQuarantine that hits the spot with recipes for a shelter-in-place lifestyle. Find him on Facebook @MassimoBotturaOsteriaFrancescana, Instagram @MassimoBottura, on Twitter @MassimoBottura, or on the web at massimobottura.it.
Jose Andres, from Los Angeles, CA is well known for his restaurants and his far-reaching charity World Central Kitchen. When he’s not busy getting food to people who need it or running a very successful restaurant group, he provides #RecipesForThePeople on social media. Find him on Facebook @ChefJoseAndres, Instagram @ChefJoseAndres, on Twitter @ChefJoseAndres, or on the web at joseandres.com.
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