Monthly Archives: October 2013

Patagonia Will Be the First Fair Trade-Certified International Clothing Brand

The following comes from the website complex.com, written by Matt Welty | Oct 25, 2013 Patagonia is known for making clothing that looks great but also performs to the highest standards in outdoors activities. The California brand is also about … Continue reading

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Patagonia’s ‘responsible economy’ campaign

The following interview and article comes from Joel  Makower of GreenBiz and addresses the Patagonia ‘Responsible Economy campaign’. The clothing and gear company Patagonia continues to challenge us to rethink our relationship with stuff. Two years ago, the company launched … Continue reading

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low impact board and ski wax

Green Ice Wax was founded about a year ago. The company’s mission is to promote sustainability awareness through the sale of environmentally friendly ski and snowboard waxes. All of the performance waxes produced by the company do not contain harmful … Continue reading

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