We need a good-news story about plastic pollution in our oceans, and this is one. Bureo's NetPlus program arranges the sorting, cleaning and shredding of disused fishing nets, which are then recycled into NetPlus, a fully traceable postconsumer material.
After receiving diagnoses for Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder as an adult—and being forced to limit climbing during the pandemic lockdowns and due to injuries—Zofia Reych discovered that perhaps the best way to improve on climbing was to temporarily let it go.
Built upon a shared desire to enjoy, respect, and advocate for Alberta’s incredible landscapes, it was a natural fit for Elements Outfitters to work with a local conservation organization to highlight the province’s rugged beauty and outdoor apparel to match.
In this excerpt from his new book, environmentalist and former U.S. Special Forces medic Doug Peacock reflects on his sighting of a Kermode bear and the fate of their coastal old-growth forest habitat in B.C.
As evidence of bear worship by prehistoric people—not to mention countless children’s books and stuffed teddy bears—affirm, an inclination to identify with Ursus is hardly unusual. They are genuinely much like us in a number of ways.
Back in 1993, Patagonia started to transform trash into fleece. Their first recycled sweaters, made from discarded plastic soda bottles, set the industry standard. Today, the recycled content of their…
Yesterday, outdoor apparel giant Patagonia updated its homepage with an image that builds on The President Stole Your Land message, and released new information regarding the fight to save Bears Ears and Grand…