While consumers have forced the fashion industry to start confronting its ethical and environmental shortcomings in recent years, the tech world remains unchecked. Why?
The fashion world may be promoting a new, more ‘sustainable’ kind of consumerism – but no matter what they try and sell, buying new will never lead to real change.
The Azores – nine lush, untouched islands located off the coast of Portugal – are seen as some of the world’s most ‘sustainable destinations.’ We head there to find out why.
The Patagonia ambassador founded Worn Wear alongside his wife Lauren, an initiative that celebrates the stories we wear and keeps gear in action longer through repair and reuse.
Since 2010, Kalu Yala has been encouraging people from all over the world to build a new kind of village. We speak to founder Jimmy Stice about the challenges he’s faced so far.
Surfer and filmmaker Cyrus Sutton turns his lens to the Hawaiians fighting for their sustainable way of life in the face of mass-industrialisation.
Surfer and filmmaker Cyrus Sutton turns his lens to the Hawaiians fighting to protect their sustainable way of life in the face of mass-industrialisation.
Do you know where the feathers in your favourite jacket come from? Unless you're buying Traceable Down you could be contributing to extreme animal cruelty.
New film by pro snowboarder Alex Yoder and Patagonia comes to London along with panel discussion exploring how sustainable, environmental design can reduce our impact on the planet and influence positive life choices.
A new generation of artists and explorers are turning away from over-stimulated and under-inspired urban lives to find a more fulfilling life outdoors.
Open Wear co-founder Martijn Jegerings shares how openness helped create the most affordable ethical and sustainable powder jacket on the market.
Patagonia’s Worn Wear European tour kicks off to help re-establish a culture of repair and life-long use, to reduce our ecological footprint.