You have firmly decided to live more sustainably this year but you are lacking ideas? Even small changes in everyday life contribute to more sustainability. There are YouTube channels that can help you with your good intentions. You can even download these videos using YouTube MP4 and watch it wherever whenever even if you are not connected to the internet.
1. Marie Johnson on YouTube
Marie Johnson treated on her channel., Topics from sustainability in everyday life to vegan recipes and second-hand fashion. Once a week, the 26-year-old uploads a video of around ten to 15 minutes for her more than 500,000 subscribers. She shows the audience tips and tricks on how they can become more environmentally conscious in areas such as household, clothing or nutrition. The videos, some of which are elaborately and lovingly produced, encourage reflection and implementation of the little tips. Marie manages not to get the advice across as a reproach to the audience, who may not yet live perfectly sustainably in some areas. Therefore, the channel is particularly suitable as an entry point. After all, you shouldn’t throw your New Year’s resolutions overboard because you are overwhelmed.
2. EASY ALEX
Marie Johnson’s fiancé also runs a YouTube channel, but is not primarily dedicated to sustainable issues. Alexander Falk takes his almost 46,000 subscribers with him to DIY projects of all kinds. With his construction projects, he shows that you don’t always have to throw everything away when it’s broken, and that most things can be wonderfully repaired or converted. At “EASY ALEX” you can get inspiration if you want to pimp your furniture instead of buying new ones. From homemade bedside cabinets, upcycling projects with used IKEA furniture to DIY decorative items, everything is on this channel. Alex also has tips for the correct handling of plants and the planting of fruits and vegetables.
3. I am so Vio!
On the channel “I am so Vio!” you can find vegan recipes and videos about minimalism. The 22-year-old Violetta gives tips on how to best reduce your consumption of cosmetic products or what to consider when shopping in bulk stores. She takes her almost 50,000 subscribers with her to her minimalism challenge and shows you the best way to banish all superfluous things from your life. Violetta admits in her videos that she too is not perfect when it comes to sustainability. She shows her viewers that every little step in the right direction is worth a lot. The channel “I am so Vio!” is more for advanced users who are not deterred by topics such as minimalism and renunciation.
4. Vegan is unhealthy
On their YouTube channel “Vegan is Unhealthy” , Gordon Prox and Aljosha Muttardi clear up prejudices and myths about veganism and also address other sustainable concepts. Topics such as zero waste, recipes and tests of various vegan products bring you closer to veganism in a fun way. What began as an experiment for Gordon and Aljosha has become a way of life for both of them. So if you have decided to be vegan this year or at least to try it out for a while, take a look at “Vegan is unhealthy”.
5. Francisca Alexandra
Would you like to find out more about vegan nutrition? Then pay a visit to Francisca Alexandra’s canal . In addition to recipes and tips for a vegan diet, Francisca focuses on second-hand fashion, fair fashion and topics such as zero waste. With its colorful and beautifully prepared food motifs, this channel is ideally suited as an inspiration for vegan cooking. With these videos you are guaranteed to want to try this form of nutrition.