The activist-centric company’s new fight over public land seems to be doing well, judging by the business.
The outdoor apparel company has joined a coalition seeking to stop the President’s decision to shrink the boundaries of Bears Ears National Monument.
CEO Rose Marcario spoke out against President Trump’s decision to shrink the boundaries of two national monuments.
Companies such as Patagonia, Vans and Outdoor Voices have formed emotional bonds with their customers.
The surfer and Outerknown founder; the artist; ceos of Patagonia and Athleta and more star in Fair Trade USA’s “We Wear Fair Trade” campaign.
Brands that rose in the ranks this year were Adidas, Lululemon and Patagonia.
In mid- to late-April, a Worn Wear web site will be launched for shoppers to learn how to receive gift certificates for future purchases by returning gently worn Patagonia garments.
“Noting the older our clothes get, the worse the problem can become,” the short claims there are 1.4 million trillion microfibers in the ocean, or 200 million for every person on the planet.
Brands like Patagonia and The North Face pulled out of the show over Utah’s attempts to get 1.3 million acres of public land handed back over to the state.
Each piece in the kit is patterned to work seamlessly with the next, creating flawless integration.
The goal of the campaign includes getting people registered to vote, informed about local and national issues, and inspired to vote for environmental priorities.
With a foreword by Naomi Klein, Yvon Chouinard revises his book on how to run a responsible business 11 years after its original publication.