Best Newsletters For Ecopreneurs and Conscious Business Owners

Finding newsletters packed with helpful and inspiring content that adds values instead of clutter to your inbox is a great feeling.

Here are a few of the newsletters I always look forward to receiving and think you will enjoy too. From sustainability tips to business and marketing advice to generally insightful and inspiring content, I’ve got you covered!


  • In her Sustainable(ish) emails, Jen Gale shares a whole host of tips on how to live more sustainability, with a special focus on tips for parents.
  • Seedlings newsletter filled with news and tips on sustainability. Seedlings is all about building a social ecosystem working with a group of colleges to connect like-minded students and create/share resources for a more sustainable future for all.
  • The Daily Good is “a 30-second newsletter delivered to your inbox daily with soothing playlists, sustainable recipes, inspiring articles, and more”. A great way to kick of your day with self-care & sustainable living tips, like this article on 99 ways to love yourself a little better.
  • Yale Environment 360‘s weekly newsletter features the latest articles & news from their blog.
  • The Titian Thread is a monthly newsletter dedicated to sustainability and ethics in the fashion industry.
  • The Beacon, a “weekly roundup of stories about climate progress, solutions, and action” by the climate news focused platform Grist.


  • Embedded‘s thrice weekly newsletter features the latest internet trends & creators to watch, courtesy of Kate Lindsay and Nick Catucci from The Atlantic.
  • Lia Haberman‘s ICYMI newsletter features a weekly wrap up of social media news for creators (but interesting for biz owners too)
  • Rachel Karten’s Link In Bio weekly newsletter centers around social media but with insights from social media managers and content creators, like this interview with Callia Hargrove of Backstory, a DEI-centric marketing agency, on how to build an inclusive social media strategy.
  • The Geekout newsletter by Matt Navarra, one of Europe’s top social media consultants. Especially great if you want to say on top of what’s happening on – and around – Twitter.
  • The Social Media Examiner newsletter has been a long time subscription of mine as it’s always packed with social media news, trends and resources from their blog.
  • The Clikk is a daily newsletter on digital business / digital marketing news, trends & advice that gives you a great overview.


  • The Harvard Business Review’s HBR Business Tip of the Day newsletter is always an insightful read, as are their other newsletters. You do have to create a free account to sign up for it though.
  • Tim Ferris’ 5 Bullet Friday newsletter featuring 5 things he’s found interesting on the internet.
  • Vanessa Lau’s From Creator to CEO weekly newsletters feature an interesting mix of social media / content creation tips and insights into her lessons from the highs and lows of entrepreneurship.
  • Want more suggestions? Here’s a Forbes article featuring 18 business & entrepreneurship newsletters to sign up for. IndieHackers compiled a liste of 50 (!!!) newsletters for entrepreneurs that tackle marketing, growth hacking, SEO & more.


  • Spark & Bloom Studio’s Sparking Thought emails are filled with valuable branding and design advice for conscious entrepreneurs. They also always feature music recommendations, which is such a fun extra treat! Bonus? When you sign up, you’ll also receive Spark & Bloom’s mini-course on 5 Essential Tips To Build A Thriving Brand For Sustainable Businesses.
  • Echo & Scribe’s newsletters show you how to pack loads of personality into your copy, while sharing snapshots of life as a mom & entrepreneur – the good, the bad, and the Buffy ??‍♀️?. Bonus? You’ll get a free copy of her guide on “How to Write True-to-You Website Words That Sell”.
  • The Eco Helper’s newsletters are packed with musings on the ecopreneur lifestyle along with tips and resources to help make your workload lighter (head to the very bottom of their homepage to sign up). Bonus: Blue Raspberry Design (who designed this website for me ?) & The Eco Helper host several monthly meetups for Ecopreneurs that are free and open to everyone. Here’s the link to stay in the know about what’s coming up next.


  • The Marginalian (formerly Brain Pickings) is one of the newsletters I’ve been receiving for the longest time and I’m constantly amazed at the beautiful content each edition holds. Each Sunday, Maria Popova shares a recap of “mind-broadening and heart-lifting reflections spanning art, science, poetry, philosophy, and other tendrils of our search for truth, beauty, meaning, and creative vitality”. Seriously, give it a look and let me know what you think!
  • Nautilus is a beautiful newsletter bringing science and storytelling together three times a week. In addition to the latest science stories and news, the Tuesday edition includes “One Question” posed to an expert on a newsworthy subject, the Thursday email features Facts So Romantic and the Sunday one includes Behind the Scenes video interviews with some of the publication’s writers.
  • For my fellow Frenchies & French-speakers, Artips dives into one work of art, or painter (or movement) and makes learning about art history easy and fun. Their Music, Science & Economics variants are great reads too.

Want to sign up for The Social Palm’s bi-monthly newsletter ?? In it, you’ll get some extra content, social media tips, the occasional musing on my part and a selection of links towards content and resources I’ve been enjoying lately. (Click here to read past editions of the newsletter)