Top 10 U.K. Social Media Influencers in Energy & Environment

Using our extensive media database, we compiled a list of the top 10 Social Media Influencers throughout the United Kingdom and operating in the Energy & Environment space. Our solution makes it easy to find — and connect with — the influencers that matter to you.

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*Data as Jan 2021

1. George Monbiot


Bio: “I love not man the less, but Nature more.”

Followers: 395K

2. Damian Carrington


Bio: I’m Environment Editor at the Guardian – DMs open

Location: London

Followers: 61K

3. Jonathan Amos


Bio: BBC Science Correspondent.

Location: Cambridge, UK

Followers: 49K

4. David Shukman


Bio: I’m the BBC’s Science Editor

Location: UK

Followers: 43K

5. Roger Harrabin


Bio: BBC Energy&Environment Analyst. Follows risk, transport, cities. Hon Fellow, Cath’s Cambs; Assoc Fellow, Wolfson, Cambs & Green, Oxon. Hon PhD. Own views.

Followers: 40K

6. Matt McGrath


Bio:Environment correspondent for BBC News – covering all the green issues, interested in scicomm but also rugby, GAA, Munster & Ireland

Location: London, England

Followers: 32K

7. David Sheppard


Bio: Financial Times Energy Editor. Oil. Environment. Middle East. Trading. Hearts. Ex-Reuters.

Location: London

Followers: 30K

8. Jonathan Watts


Bio: Global environment editor, the Guardian. Formerly Latin America & East Asia correspondent. Universal pessimist. Cosmic optimist. Amateur llamologist. Views mine

Location: All over

Followers: 21K

9. Paul Rincon


Bio: Writer, broadcaster. Science & Environment section editor for the BBC News website. Also: Film, art, photography, travel, sport, history, books. Views are mine.

Followers: 18K

10. Justin Rowlatt


Bio: I’m the BBC’s Chief Environment correspondent. I report from the front line of climate change – how it’s going to affect our lives and what we can do about it.

Location: London

Followers: 18K


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