June 1, 2019
May 31, 2019
Timberland Shines Light On Sustainability Goals’ Progress
Last month, Timberland released its 2018 corporate social responsibility (CSR) report showing steady progress toward its 2020 sustainability goals in support of three key pillars: better product, a greener world and stronger communities.
May 30, 2019
Oceana Backs California’s Single-Use Plastic Reduction Act
Plastic pollution has grown into a major global crisis for the oceans, with an estimated 17.6 billion pounds of plastic entering the marine environment from land-based sources every year.
May 28, 2019
MSR Shares Latest Manufacturing And Social Responsibility Report
MSR has released its 2019 Manufacturing & Social Responsibility Report which is an interesting complement to the industry focus on apparel-oriented brands. As an annual summary of what is described as ‘the brand’s responsible actions to date and approach to leave a positive handprint on the world for the future’, it details MSR’s long-term commitment to protect the resources on which its business and the outdoors depend.
May 25, 2019
At The Edge Of The World On The Faroe Islands
Described as being 'on the edge of the world', the Faroe Islands, with their population of 50,000, comprise 18 spots of land in the North Atlantic, about halfway between Norway and Iceland. Few places on earth are as wild and untouched as the Faroes, with their combination of towering cliffs, dramatic mountains and crashing surf.
May 21, 2019
Is Red Bull X-Alps 2019 The World’s Toughest Adventure Race?
Billed as what will be ‘the most challenging in the event’s 16-year history’, the route of the 2019 Red Bull X-Alps adventure race involves a straight-line distance of 1138km from Salzburg to Monaco.
May 18, 2019
‘Adventures 4 Health’ Aims To Inspire People To Be More Active
Tom Watson MP, Deputy Leader of the UK’s Labour Party, has revealed details of four adventures that he will attempt during 2019 as he continues to transform his life by being more active and encourage others to follow his lead. After decades of relative inactivity and poor diet, he was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in late 2015. Although that wasn’t a huge shock to him at the time, it was the jolt that he needed to improve his lifestyle. As well as cutting out sugary foods, Watson took up exercise and over time, he has lost seven stone (98lbs; 44.5kgs) and reversed a Type 2 diabetes diagnosis.
May 17, 2019
How Houdini Explores Reducing The Use Of Material Resources
Following the shocking UN report estimating that 1,000,000 species are threatened with extinction and that urgent transformative change is needed, Houdini has announced The Regenerative Lifestyle Initiative, where the company is identifying attractive lifestyle solutions that have the potential to drastically reduce the use of material resources and safeguard and protect half of earth for nature.
May 15, 2019