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Terrorism and domestic disputes aren’t the only causes of havoc on Ugandan tourism. Climate change has virtually eliminated the ice and snow that once attracted climbers from around the world.
Companies exploring solar projects to offset Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows’ electricity use and benefit entire service territory.
To kick off this partnership, Mountainsmith and Denver artist Katherine Holmes collaborated to produce an artistic interpretation of the Colorado Mountains, as seen from Golden when driving up into the high country.
Renewable Choice Energy to assist Vail Resorts in identifying green energy opportunities.
Built on the premise that it was hard to find well-made long lasting, fine children’s early-stage clothing in North America, and knowing that Merino is a perfect fiber for comfort, warmth, and durability, the founders set out to provide clothing they knew would work for young families like themselves.
Their goal has been to make it so that all of their manufacturing waste, and even end-of-life products themselves, are 100 percent recyclable.
“As snowboarders and people who love the mountains and winter, we take climate change personally,” said Donna Carpenter, CEO of Burton Snowboards.
Protect Our Winters (POW), the leading climate nonprofit in the outdoor industry, says it is thrilled to announce that Mario Molina of Nederland, Colorado, has joined its team as executive director. An avid alpinist, snowboarder, climber, mountain biker, guide and life adventurer, Molina most recently served as international director at The Climate Reality Project, where […]