We believe there is a growing community of people who want to make the world a better place for future generations by taking small actions that will add up to a big difference.
We also know that for many people, it can often be overwhelming to think about the scale of the issues in the world today and still feel like you can make a positive impact as an individual.
That’s why at Unilever, we have partnered with The Guardian to create the Live Better Challenge – a nation-wide campaign over seven months which introduces a series of challenges to help inspire and motivate families towards creating a better and more sustainable life.
The Live Better Challenge covers topics such as reducing food waste, lowering energy and water consumption and improving health and well-being. Topic experts, journalists and families across the UK participate in a different week long challenge each month, contributing their own tips and advice to inspire others to sign up. We’re even holding a series of Children’s Days where young people get to experience the simple changes they can make in their own lives to contribute to creating a more sustainable world.
Living sustainably means living smarter – it doesn’t have to be difficult. It just takes one action at a time, one household at a time to change the planet for the better. Together, with the right tools, we have the power not only to improve our daily lives but to improve the world around us too.
So, why not sign up to the Live Better Challenge today and join the thousands of families across the UK who are challenging themselves to reuse or recycle everything for a week?
Sign up to the Live Better Challenge now!
Join the Live Better Challenge and see the difference you can make through small changes whilst becoming part of a growing community by sharing your ideas.
Why not start by making the most out of your weekly shop? Turn your leftovers into luscious lunches through Live Better’s recipe ideas.
Or be inspired by writer Tim Dowling who took the Live Better Challenge to cut down his energy use, and see how you can reduce yours by 10%.