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Every day is Earth Day. Our Chairman of the Board is Nature. Join us at Climate Week NYC.

Did you know? Michael C. Mitchell, creator of Better Worlds, was one of the original Earth Day organizers and he continues to support the Earth through climate justice today, advocating for technology that will be used to solve the nature crisis.

Mitchell became one of the organizers of the First Earth Day in 1970, coordinating universities throughout America's northwest states. After his work on the First Earth Day, he was one of 10 university students selected from across the nation by  to form a national Youth Advisory Board on environmental matters, S.C.O.P.E (Student Council on Pollution and the Environment). was assigned to the U.S. Department of Interior where Mitchell was a reviewer on the creation of the first Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).

Today leaders are organizing at #ClimateWeekNYC to urge corporate and government leaders to take action on recommendations to invest in nature solutions. Everyone is beginnning to understand what Michael  knew then: there is only one Chair of the Board - Nature.

Better Worlds is working for nature at Climate Week NYC with the #NaturePositive Hub (#nature4climate) and MRV Collective this week. We are conducting interviews to use on Better Worlds and our partner sites to spread the word on actions already underway, and focused on underpinning the urgency of climate solutions. Contact us here to be a part. Follow us on YouTube, Linked In and Twitter (X).  View the live session videos from the Nature Positive Hub experience.

Kimberly Marsh



We believe that the digital transformation and related technologies are revolutionizing the very nature of the way we live and who we are.  Done right, these innovations can help lead us to a better world. We're here to bring together the people and the tools to help you build it.

One key focus of our mission is to explore how the innovations of Web3, Ai, and Quantum Computing can help to sustain the natural world and build greater efficiencies to grow our shared prosperity. We believe in creating a collaborative, inclusive, and sustainable community to explore innovative solutions. Solutions that will contribute to achieving bioregional and global prosperity by integrating our three interconnected worlds: the natural world, the human-made physical world, and emerging technologies.

Better Worlds seeks to explore alternative viewpoints through media, international conferences, symposia, essays and hack-a-thons that encourage and support the development of innovative solutions.