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Forget “Green Growth”

According to Dr. Jason Hickel, author of the book “Less is More,” such “growthism” is the very reason we’re experiencing environmental collapse in the first place. Suston reaches out to learn more.

By Jonathan Eidse

Retailers Unite to Decarbonize

How can retailers minimize their carbon footprints? By walking together and supporting the brands that are leading the way, says the pan-European retailer network ORCC.

By Gabriel Arthur

Ukraine’s Volunteers

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.

By Gabriel Arthur

Partner Stories

Smart and Sustainable Performance with Hohenstein

Whether you’re choosing materials or production partners, are you asking the right questions to ensure products are as safe, sustainable and profitable as possible? It helps to have a team of experts by your side.

By Hohenstein

CO2 Offsetting – Beats Reduction?

The outdoor industry is leading the way when it comes to climate protection. While customers and other stakeholders generally welcome CO2 reduction measures, voluntary carbon offsetting is still a target of criticism. Yet, it perfectly complements a holistic corporate climate protection strategy as an immediate measure.

By Myclimate

Sympatex: Let’s Collaborate

As pressure towards circularity rises from legislation and consumer demand, Sympatex makes the case for working together to make circularity a reality.

By SympaTex

Gore’s Journey of Responsible Performance

Gore introduces GORE-TEX products with an innovative expanded Polyethylene (ePE) membrane.

By GORE

In Case you Missed

Public Lands Battle 2.0

The outdoor community’s rally of support for public lands has been dubbed the “tip of the spear.” OIA’s Executive Director Amy Roberts explains what happened, why, and where this spear may thrust next.

By Jonathan Eidse

Black in the Outdoors

Over the last year, numerous American sports figures have taken a stance against racism as a part of the Black Lives Matter movement. Has the outdoor community in the US also been affected?

By James Edward Mills

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 Eidse