In the fast-paced world of EHS&S there are always new stories, trends, innovations and insights which can get overwhelming at times! Social media can be a great resource for EHS professionals today, especially given the digital nature with many working from home. 

Following the right accounts on social media can help you stay up-to-date on the latest and greatest in EHS and sustainability. But who are the right people and organizations to follow? 
Whether you’re into environment, health, safety, or sustainability, our roundup of top 21 social media accounts will help you stay in-the-know on EHS&S hot topics and news. Discover these authentic leaders and learn why each one deserves a follow: 

Environment, Health, & Safety Accounts 

EHS Daily Advisor 

EHS Daily Advisor is a news source that publishes (daily) on EHS regulations, concerns, and news. Their Twitter is a necessary follow for any EHS manager looking to stay up-to-date on all things EHS. 


Verdantix is a research and consulting firm that shares all kinds of data on EHS trends, including reports on up and coming technology, brand awareness, EHS analytics, and more. They also keep a bead on COVID-19-related developments and the related impacts for facility managers and EHS professionals. 


Industrial Safety & Hygiene News serves up a steady stream of updates and articles around workplace safety in the construction and oil & gas sectors. They host frequent webinars and podcasts, which you can discover through their Twitter and LinkedIn feeds. 

Environment + Energy Leader 

Environment + Energy Leader is a comprehensive, business-focused news outlet that covers both energy and environmental topics. Their social media is full of reports that focus on innovations and EHS progress, events to attend, blogs featuring the world’s biggest brands. 


IOSH is a global network of companies working to reduce work-related deaths, injuries, and illnesses. IOSH tweets frequently and highlights health and safety careers, seasonal safety tips, and insider info on new and emerging EHS trends and solutions. They also offer frequent updates and insights on COVID-19 and workplace safety.  

Kathy Seabrook 

Describing herself as a futurist and EHS sustainability influencer, Kathy takes a global view of EHS and how to effectively scale it. She tweets often about scientific advancements in the field as well as noteworthy trends in the business world. is a UK-based social media management company for organizations in the safety sector. Their Twitter is chock full of facts on risks, tips on how to create safer work environments, and other helpful health and safety reminders. 

Speaking of Safety 

Susan Main is the mastermind behind Speaking of Safety, a workplace safety blog sponsored by WorkSafeBC. She highlights safety successes, tips for companies looking to improve their safety conditions, and other H&S info. 

  • Follow Speaking of Safety on Twitter 

Environment Analyst 

Environment Analyst provides a global perspectives, insights, and research in the environmental services industry.  They regularly share events, webinars, blogs, and more.  

  • Follow Environment Analyst on LinkedIn

Sustainability Accounts 

ESG Today 

ESG Today shares the latest in ESG news from a variety of industries. They offer insight, analytics, and share resources to help you stay in the loop on the quickly growing world of ESG.  

Amy Senter 

Amy leads corporate sustainability initiatives for the Kellogg Company as Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer. She keeps followers updated on the organization’s projects and shares news around sustainable agriculture. 

Elaine Hsieh 

Elaine is co-founder of an organization called Third Derivative, a relatively new venture focusing on climate change innovation by identifying and supporting the most promising energy solutions aimed at reducing global carbon emissions. Her social feeds are full of interesting tidbits and news linking to this critical initiative. 

Diane Holdorf 

Diane Holdorf is the Managing Director of Food, Land, & Water at the World Council for Sustainable Development, and before that she was Kellogg Company’s Chief Sustainability Officer. Suffice to say, she is in-the-know on all things food, agriculture, land use, and sustainability. 

Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable 

The Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable (BIER) shares insights from leading beverage companies on several aspects of sustainability, including water, transparency & disclosure, and energy. 

Joel Makower 

Joel Makower is the Chairman and Co-Founder of GreenBiz, one of the largest online sustainability news outlets. As his profile says, he frequently shares content on sustainable business, clean economy, and “blah blah blah.” 

  • Follow Joel Makower on Twitter 

Kathleen McLaughlin 

As Chief Sustainability Officer for Walmart, Kathleen is a pivotal figure in bringing sustainability to the retail industry. She’s very active in sharing news and updates on both internal and external efforts toward this end. Of particular interest is her insight on the Beyond the Bag initiative, which seeks to address the critical issue of single-use retail plastic bags. Walmart is among the industry giants helping spearhead this undertaking. 

Dave Stangis 

Dave Stangis is a leading voice in corporate social responsibility (CSR) and highlights the business implications of sustainability, public health, and technology. He was the Chief Sustainability Officer at Campbell Soup Co. up until last year and maintains a strong focus on the food and beverage sector. 

Ellen MacArthur Foundation 

The Ellen MacArthur Foundation works to excel circular economy initiatives by focusing on the business case for a circular world. Their social media promotes real-world circularity case studies, practical applications, and original research on circular systems. 

Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL)

Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) is an international organization that works in partnership with the United Nations and leaders in government, the private sector, financial institutions, civil society and philanthropies to drive faster action towards the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG7) – access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all by 2030 – in line with the Paris Agreement on climate.

We Mean Business

We Mean Business is a global nonprofit coalition working with the world’s most influential businesses to take action on climate change. Together we catalyze business leadership to drive policy ambition and accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon economy.


CDP is the only global disclosure system for companies, cities, states and regions to manage their environmental impacts and for investors or purchasers to access environmental information for use in financial decisions. CDP has built the most comprehensive collection of self-reported environmental data in the world. Their network of investors and purchasers, representing $87 trillion, along with policy makers around the globe, use their data and insights to make better-informed decisions.

{BONUS!!} Just a Couple More Worth Mentioning...

Antea Group USA 

Your favorite EHS, health and safety, and sustainability consultants—Antea Group. We share helpful guides, real-world case studies, informative blogs on all things EHS, and more every day on our social media. 

Inogen Alliance 

Antea Group is a founder of Inogen Alliance, a global network of independent consulting companies working together to provide EHS and sustainability services to global clients through one point of contact. They share an international perspective for all things EHS. 

  • Follow Inogen Alliance on LinkedIn 

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