Better Century announces partnership with Earthborn

Better Century, the online community that is connecting people, ideas, and technology to drive a sustainable future, today announced an exciting new partnership with Earthborn. Earthborn is a company, founded in 2002 which is dedicated to producing odourless, harmful pollutant-free, environmentally-friendly paints.

Managing Director of Earthborn, John Dison said: “Earthborn is committed to providing products that offer people a healthier and more environmentally friendly option when decorating. I am excited to connect with Better Century and share our products with this community. I’m also hoping our customers will find more greener solutions through linking with the Better Century community.”

Better Century Founder and Director Tom Beckett said: “Earthborn is one of those companies that stand above the others in their sector, demonstrating that sustainable products exist and can be successful. We’re so glad they are joining the Better Century community and I am looking forward to working together as our partnership progresses.”

This partnership is one of many as Better Century strives to create a community of global change-makers. Better Century aims to be the one-stop-shop for people looking to find solutions to living ‘better’, in harmony with the world, and partner organisations will gain access to a growing audience if they sign up. 

As a community-driven organisation, recommendations for potential partners are made by members, if approved by the community, organisations are invited to partner with Better Century. To learn more about partnering please see our pages on partnerships.

Press Release – Better Century announces partnership with Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust

Better Century is a network of ordinary people, businesses and charities who are providing sustainable solutions and inspiration.  In collaboration we are improving tomorrow together. Today we are happy to announce an exciting new partnership with The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust.

The Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust (HIWWT) is one of 46 Wildlife Trusts working across the UK. With the invaluable support of volunteers and members they manage over 50 nature reserves. They also work with other organisations and landowners to protect and connect wildlife sites across the county and inspire local communities and young people to care for wildlife where they live. 

HIWWT’s Director of Advocacy and Engagement, Hannah Terry, said: “This partnership will offer our supporters a brilliant opportunity to share thoughts, advice and ideas with fellow ‘Team Wilder’ members.  By taking action in our own lives and communities, learning from each other and working together we can start to tip the balance in favour of nature’s recovery. We’re excited about engaging in this amazing new digital ecosystem of changemakers.”

Better Century Founder and Director Tom Beckett said: “We are immensely happy to be working with Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust.  They are pioneering community engagement to tackle the ecological crisis and we want to make this a massive success. We look forward to welcoming their members into our flourishing network, which is there to help everyone be part of the solution.”

This partnership is the first of many as Better Century grows its network. We are tackling critical issues for ordinary people who want to live sustainably by ensuring they are getting easy to access information as well as ready opportunities to make a difference.  By bringing together the communities of hundreds of organisations who are already providing parts of the solution we can create an unparalleled network of changemakers that can tackle the climate and ecological crisis.

As a community-driven organisation, recommendations for potential partners are made by members, if approved by the community, organisations are invited to partner with Better Century. Companies and organisations working in the broad sustainability field are also encouraged to join this collective effort and can learn more on our website. 


About Better Century: A new online CIC, launched in 2019, we’re making a Better Century, where improved use and sharing of resources creates a stable environment where all life thrives. To do this, we’ve empowered a global community of change-makers. By establishing ourselves as a Community Interest Company, we live our values. We are obliged to serve our community over the interests of our shareholders. A purpose beyond profit is embedded in our constitution. Any dividends we declare must not exceed 35% of our distributable profits, the rest, by law, must go to charity or community initiatives.

Media contacts: Tom Beckett (07989539074),

To learn more about the partners we are engaging see the full list of those we’re approaching. If you would like to learn more about partnering please see our partnership pages here.

The Seven Ways to Cut Carbon

Collectively, we need to halve carbon emissions by 2030. To do that we need to get down to 2.5 tonnes of carbon produced per person, per year. In the UK we produce 8.5 tonnes per person on average.

Here are seven ways to cut carbon out of your life.

Holiday sustainably and stop flying
2.2tCO2 comes from travel to and from holidays. Stop flying, pick sustainable locations, hire an electric car to get around

Cut the car out of commutes
1.4tCO2 comes from daily commutes. Cycle, walk & use public transport.

Eat less or no meat products
1.3tCO2 comes from meat consumption. Cut it down, or cut it out!

Make your house more energy efficient
1.4tCO2 comes from heating your home. Make it more energy-efficient and plan to move to heat pump tech on moving over your boiler.

Switch to 100% renewable energy
0.9tCO2 comes from electric we consume. Move to renewable energy.

Get your food locally
0.6tCO2 comes from food transportation. Eat seasonal and local!

Buy less and use less
0.6tCO2 comes from technology and other stuff we buy. Use less and be proud!

See our Better Guide to Reducing Personal Carbon Emissions

Pledge to keep your carbon emissions to 2.5 tonnes by 2030

Check out guides to energy efficiency, renewable energy, buying an electric vehicle…

Is money for or against climate change?

Will climate breakdown affect where money is invested, and how can markets create carbon neutral economy? #BetterMoney

There are theories developing that the risk associated with climate breakdown will affect the markets, and change the flow of money. There are also incredible solutions available to investors to help create a carbon-neutral economy.

We are discussing this subject as part of our series of digital events so individuals and organisations can best understand what role their money can play in creating a carbon-neutral economy. Should we wait for markets to catch up or will our choices make a significant difference?

The questions we’ll look to answer in this webinar are:

  • How will the markets change as a result of these forces?
  • Can we rely on markets to respond to tackle the climate and ecological crisis?
  • What can we do to push financial markets to support a carbon-neutral economy now?

Click here to find out more and book your place.

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