Sustainability events at Outdoor at ISPO Munich 2019

Monday, July 1

09:00 am – 10:00 am

Suston Breakfast – Organic Collaborations

A get-together over a breakfast in the CSR Hub, where collaborations will be discussed both on st age and around the café tables. Hosted by Suston Magazine.
Location: B6, BOOTH B6.20

11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Wool – Climate change and effects on Wool production

Secretary General of the IWTO, Dalena White, takes a hard look at the realities of climate change and what it means for the wool.

Location: ROOM B41

11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Outdoor for body and soul

Petra Thaller from Outdoor against Cancer and Dr. Thorsten Schulz from TUM present the benefits of being out in the great outdoors from a medical perspective. In German.

Location: B6, BOOTH B6.20

11:00 am – 14:00 pm

Adventure Connect

Adventure travel – a responsible way to discover the wild?


14:00 pm – 15:00 pm

Wool Facts Behind the Figures

Textile Exchange’s Hanna Denes dives deeper into LCA in relation specifically to wool and then focus further on how to manage the risks and make the most of the opportunities, using the RWS as an example of a tool with which to achieve this.

Location: ROOM B41

15:00 pm – 17:00 pm

Wool Welfare Roundtable

Members of the wool supply chain who are leading the way in best practice in areas such as wool welfare, sustainable production and CSR will talk about how they are doing business right and answer questions on responsibly sourced wool.

Location: ROOM B41

Tuesday, July 2

12:00 pm – 14:00 pm

Designing products and services that deliver for people & planet

Dr. Katie Beverley from the PDR Ecodesign Centre considers how embedding user-centred design and lifecycle thinking into the design process can help outdoor brands to identify more environmentally friendly products and services that meet the needs of users.
Location: ROOM B41

13:00 pm – 14:00 pm

Adidas x Parley

Tim Janaway presents the Parley project, where every piece is made of plastic trash collected from remote beaches and coastal communities.

Location: B6, BOOTH B6.20

14:00 pm – 15:00 pm

Microfibers: The evolving journey of understanding

A topic that has moved from ‘emerging’ to ‘high profile’ in a short period of time. Strategic Director Sophie Mather will share current understanding through the lens of The Microfibre Consortium.

Location: ROOM B41

15:00 pm – 16:00 pm

Project presentation: EOG RMB Single Use Plastics

A keynote about the collaboration project between European outdoor retailers and brands, adressing single use plastics – and how to get rid of them.

Location: B6, BOOTH B6.20

Wednesday, July 3

11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Innovation, Sustainability and Digitalization

Technology and smart solutions are often perceived as the opposite of the human and natural, and that should not be so. Both the outdoor gear and the adventure tourism industries need to consider combining efforts to think about how smart technology can be steered toward doing good in two directions: technology with a human face and technology for better management of the negative impacts on the natural environment.
Location: B6, BOOTH B6.20

Every day

09:00 am – 06:00 pm

EOCA Fundraising Sale

Pick up some great gear and make a donation – 100% of proceeds will go into conservation.
Location: Hall B6

10:00 am

Trade Show Code of Conduct

A daily presentation with insights on the new Code of Conduct for OutDoor by ISPO.
Location: B6, BOOTH B6.20

11:00 am  — 12:00pm

Transparency Tour

Greenroom Voice presents solutions and products around the much discussed subject of bio-based materials and biodegradability of products.