5 Women You Should Be Following On Twitter
Everyone knows Sir David Attenborough and Leonardo DiCaprio, but who are the women taking climate action and speaking out?
This International Women’s Day, we’re celebrating those women that have made a real impact in the climate change movement and continue to do so, which is why you need to follow them right now!
1. Greta Thunberg
It’s a no-brainer. As one of the youngest advocates of change and Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Greta shares all the latest on the school strikes she attends (#FridaysForFuture) and their progress as well as insights in any new climate policies passed internationally.
2. Dame Jane Goodall
Jane is an English primatologist and anthropologist, having studied and lived among chimpanzees, she’s corrected many misunderstandings we’ve had on the species and even written books on the topic.
Co-founding The Jane Goodall Institute For Wildlife Research, Education and Conservation, her feed is full of their progress and great monkey shots.
3. Natalie Fee
The author of ‘How To Save The Planet For Free’ isn’t just making waves on the front cover but as an advocate for action against climate change, winning awards for campaigns against plastic pollution!
4. Terri Irwin
Want your feed to be full of animal success stories and adorable pictures? Us too.
The late wife of Steve Irwin the Crocodile Hunter, Terri’s life mission is wildlife protection, running The AustraliaZoo, you’ll get all the conservation content you ever wanted.
5. Gwyneth Paltrow
Founder of Goop.com, you can guarantee your feed will be filled with wellness and sustainability tips and products.
This is most certainly not an exclusive list and if there’s anybody you follow and would love to see included in any future posts then get in touch!
– ER Team