How Did Outdoor Industry Mark #EarthDay 2022?

This year, Earth Day was observed by over 1 billion people across the world on April 22. A look at several familiar outdoor brands’ social media feeds shows how they chose to acknowledge the occasion.

Deuter

Vaude

donates 10% sales to EOCA/Conserve Outdoor Portofino Seaweed Garden

Rab

MEC & Tentree


Solomon

Osprey

The North Face

Smartwool

Kelty

About Earth Day

Earth Day is widely recognized as the largest secular observance in the world, marked by more than a billion people every year as a day of action to change human behavior and create global, national and local policy changes.

Learn more about the occasion and its history here:

www.earthday.org/history/

 

 

 

Photo: Guy Bowden on Unsplash 

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