About the r/sustainability community
r/sustainability is a Subreddit for Environmentalists with roughly 476K members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
Online discussion on environment and sustainability. While most people associate the term with the environment, true longevity requires social and economical sustainability as well as ecological sustainability.
Delivering Sustainability in your Business
on guildTo support sustainability champions at all levels to implement practical, achievable programmes in their organisations. Collaborative peer support, knowledge sharing and expert contributions make this the go-to hub for professionals who want to make a sustainability impact in businesses of all sizes.
Green ForumThe Green Forum is an online interactive community space for professionals to share and discuss insights in the pursuit of a sustainable economic transition. The Forum includes discussions on global topics and the ability for users to create dedicated groups focused on specific themes, initiatives, and projects.
SufficientSelfCommunity dedicated to living a more self sufficient & sustainable lifestyle. Ask questions, get answers, & share your experiences through the online forum.
Sustainable Lifestyle IdeasA global forum to reduce our carbon footprint through what we buy, small changes we can all make, and finding innovative solutions. An information platform on environmental and sustainability tools for making community change.
Sustainable Fashion AllianceA platform dedicated to sustainable fashion, promoting ethical and eco-friendly practices within the fashion industry. A national community of collab-ready entrepreneurs and partners.
on mighty-networksPebble is a friendly virtual family for anyone looking to make a positive impact on the planet. You can network with other eco-minded entrepreneurs to grow your business and collaborate with other brands. Pebble's mission is to inspire businesses and consumers to adopt everyday activism and end mindless consumption.
on discordThis community places a major focus on the 5 R's: refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle, and rot. Being "zero waste" means to take steps towards reducing personal waste and minimizing our environmental impact.