The UN has hammered out a framework agreement that can see the protection of 2/3 of the world’s oceans from harmful activity. Suston reaches out to WWF who attended the negotiations to learn what the ‘High Seas Treaty’ means for our oceans.
Australia’s rainforests have long been cleared to give way to logging and sugarcane fields. Now the comeback of the world’s oldest rainforest has begun with the replanting and the buy-back scheme of the Daintree.
From outdoor stoves to backpacks to eco-designed skis. Hard goods expert Joel Svedlund provides a chronological guide to products demonstrating cutting-edge sustainability innovations – and what challenges lie ahead.
Citizen Science is a growing outdoor trend, where enthusiasts collect data on the ground for researchers. Two Norwegian adventurers spend eighteen months – including two winters – in a cabin without electricity or water in the Arctic wilderness of Svalbard.
The ingredient brand Lavalan, which originates from the Bavarian town of Dinkelsbühl, uses solely European wool for insulating material that is used in outdoor clothing collections, and in doing so supports regional trade.
Buying outdoor clothing that proves to be unsuitable for the outdoors is not sustainable. The Hohenstein Performance Index enables an objective assessment of the suitability of textiles for their planned use even before buying them.
Isbjörn of Sweden is committed to making long-lasting outdoor clothing for adventurous kids and teenagers, choosing the highest performing and responsible materials and manufacturing processes each season.
terracare is a high-quality produced leather and the flagship of one of the last remaining tanneries in Germany. The label focuses on three things: Performance, responsibility and sustainability.
Last November, Nikita Balabanov made a heroic first ascent in the Himalayas. Today, he is the main link between supporting outdoor brands and the war front in Ukraine. Suston reaches out to learn more.
Is “nearshoring” production back to nearby countries the solution to pandemic, war and climate woes? We take a deepdive into the bicycle apparel industry’s efforts to find out.
Soon we’ll be shredding our favorite slopes – but are we sure they’re “ours”? Canadian snowboard icon and activist Tamo Campos is on a mission to raise awareness of Indigenous justice and help riders take responsibility for their sport.