The Global Climate Action Summit hits a home run just days after the top-down UN climate agenda gets bogged down in Bangkok. The secret? Keep heads of state off the invite list. The ink had barely dried on the historic Paris...

In the last summer issue, Suston introduced photographers Ted and Morag and their international photo project Zero Footprints (read it here), which aims to explore climate change through photography and to positively contribute to offsetting humanity's contribution to it. Now, there...

After doing everything else to reduce carbon emissions, one way for companies and individuals to take responsibility for whatever emissions remain is carbon offsetting. Suston meets with Myclimate's Marketing Manager Kai Landwehr to learn more. Myclimate helps several outdoor brands looking...

The Outdoor Industry Association steps up its advocacy and sustainability game at this year’s Outdoor Retailer Summer Market, demonstrating that when the outdoor industry stands together, it’s a force to be reckoned with. The outdoor industry’s position as leader in sustainability...

Remember when you only needed to check the weather bulletin for rain before heading to the hills? Air quality reports, heatwave warnings and wildfire maps are becoming a must in recent summers, scorching the enthusiasm of any would-be outdoor enthusiasts. Yet...

$2.6 Billion in annual revenues – when the American outdoor retailer Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI) makes a move, the outdoor industry pays attention. Luckily, this giant is of the friendly variety. REI has been on the Forbes’ list of the top...

Vancouver-based NGO Canopy fumes on Twitter as loggers continue to cut down massive old growth trees for clothing, packaging, and fliers – this time right in Canopy's own backyard. Is this tree going to become your next t-shirt? With only around 21%...