Far from the glossy high-street corners of high-end retailers, Langbrett finds itself in obscure parts of town where customers are encouraged to join the community, to get involved, or to simply hang out. Leaving the drab winter weather behind and entering...

The Swedish cross-country ski race Vasaloppet holds many accolades, including it being among the oldest (celebrating its centenary in 2022) and longest (90 km) in the world. With nearly 70,000 participants, it is also the world’s largest. This popularity, however,...

The European outdoor industry is also engaged in nature conservancy, though here preferring financial support over direct activism. “Conservation should be the core of all outdoor brands. Protecting nature is not only a good thing, it is something we as a...

It’s been called the largest elimination of protected land in American history. But the fight is not over yet. The reduction of the Bears Ears National Monument in Utah has turned major American outdoor brands into full-blown activists. In south-eastern Utah,...

From the floating masses of plastic waste in the Pacific Ocean to the microfibers covering sediment along our shorelines – the awareness is growing that marine pollution must cease. Suston lists five inspiring solutions. Already in 2006, the American reporter and...

For the entrepreneur Jeffrey Provencal, ”one person’s trash is another person’s treasure” is more than just a cliché – it’s a sustainable business opportunity. “I was born in Switzerland to Ghanaian parents. I recall my trips to Ghana growing up, where...