Kate Williams is CEO of 1% For The Planet, a non-profit that serves as a conduit for environmental giving through other businesses.
A new set of sustainability guidelines from leading outdoor gear retailer REI will force upwards of 1,000 brands to go greener.
Apparel manufacturers such as Patagonia, Scalable Press and Noso are finding new ways to shave their carbon pollution and otherwise green their practices to have less of an environmental impact moving forward.
Greens are already fighting Trump’s new executive orders revoking protections on millions of acres within ten U.S. national monuments…
“B-Corp” is a certification awarded by the non-profit B Lab to for-profit companies which meet rigorous standards of social & environmental performance…
The three best-selling books that comprise the The Patagonia Business Library together provide a primer for the future of sustainable business.
Polyester fleece clothing sure is cozy and comfy, but it just may be trashing our oceans by shedding microfibers in our washing machines that are too small for wastewater treatment facilities to filter out.
When it comes to sustainable apparel, we haven’t had this many good, affordable choices since before the Industrial Revolution…
Ever wonder how the outdoor clothing company Patagonia become synonymous with environmental activism? The company’s original employees were a ragtag group of surfers and climbers. Founder Yvon Chouinard learned the power of activism in the early 70s after attending a city council meeting in Ventura to preserve their local surf break. As a company, they began supporting […]