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Detox My Skis

A recent report on the ski industry asked the tough questions to find there are (almost) no sustainable skis and that good ski or bad, they all end up in the same fiery inferno.

By Jonathan Fraenkel-Eidse

POW Comes of Age

Suston shares the bildungsroman of Protect Our Winters, from its beginnings as a much-criticized grassroots movement to its role in becoming an international climate powerhouse.

By Anna Liljemalm, Gabriel Arthur

Ecotourism’s Post-Covid Comeback

The pandemic overthrew a thriving ecotourism industry. Now, some see the sector is regrouping to make a comeback. Can it return, stronger and more sustainable?

By Johan Augustin

Partner Stories

3 Hours Exercise a Week – On the Clock

Studies prove that exercising on the clock increases productivity. What happens if you increase the dose to three hours of mandatory physical wellness time? Swedish company Icebug wants to find out.

By Icebug

The Blue Way Pays – in more ways than one

Not just a label, Bluesign is about finding solutions to both today’s and tomorrow’s social and environmental challenges, avoiding risks and creating critical mass to enact positive change across the supply chain.

By Bluesign

A Water-Efficient Innovation

Nature continues to provoke and inspire ECCO’s researchers who have developed DriTan™, an innovative technology that drastically reduces the amount of water needed to tan leathers.

By ECCO

In 3-5 Years, Recycling Will Hit a “Bottle-Neck”

While the use of recycled polyester in textiles is finally picking up, we need to build our own recycling supply chain as the race for PET bottles has started.

By SympaTex

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Biodegradable – Nature’s Solution or Dead End?

Throughout history, human technologies have more or less been in harmony with nature’s cycles. Not any more. Could Biodegradable or Circular Fibers bring us back?

By Jonathan Fraenkel-Eidse

Corona Collapse: Can conservation cope with budget crash?

The Conservation Alliance and the European Outdoor Conservation Association share how they’re weathering the pandemic.

By Jonathan Fraenkel-Eidse

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