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Thousands took to the streets around the world during the global day of strike on March 15, 2019. In France, organizers counted more than 350,000 people who joined strikes across the country, with 45,000 people marching in Paris. In this photo, youth hold banners reading 'no nature, no future' during the strike in Paris. Photo by Thomas SAMSON/AFP/ Getty Images
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Keeping Alternative Transportation on the Radar

Keeping Alternative Transportation on the Radar

Nov 12, 2007 November 12, 2007

In case you’ve been missing it, Democrat-sponsored Clean Energy legislation is up for a vote soon. Late Thursday night, word came down that Congressional leaders are considering dropping the mandates for clean energy alternatives. It’s a matter of days before the votes are cast, so time is running out to… Read More

If GMOs Are Safe, Why Not Label Them?

If GMOs Are Safe, Why Not Label Them?

By Rose Marcario, CEO   |   May 20, 2015 May 20, 2015

When Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, began writing about GMOs in the early 2000s, he started by asking a reasonable question: “What does a clothing company know about genetic engineering?” The answer, he said: “Not enough.” And neither does anyone else. In the proliferation of GMOs, Yvon saw a… Read More

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Fit of the Fall 2007 Line

Fit of the Fall 2007 Line

Feb 26, 2008 February 26, 2008

We’re always trying to make sure Patagonia Quality is the best it can be. Sometimes we accomplish this, and sometimes we don’t.  It’s not always easy to admit when you’ve let something slip; but a relentless stream of customer feedback and product returns helps turn our attention to those… Read More

Patagonia Terminates Relationship with SIGG Water Bottles

Patagonia Terminates Relationship with SIGG Water Bottles

Sep 8, 2009 September 8, 2009

Patagonia formally announced on September 4th that it would terminate all co-branding and co-marketing efforts with SIGG, Inc. It has come to Patagonia’s attention from recent news reports that a Bisphenol A (BPA) epoxy coating was used in most aluminum SIGG bottles manufactured prior to August 2008, despite earlier… Read More

Cerro Torre, with the southeast ridge roughly ascending the spine, facing the camera, in the center of the frame (the route approaches around from the right, out-of-view, to reach the huge snow blob at the base of the ridge). Photo: Kelly Cordes

Cerro Torre: Deviations from Reason

By Kelly Cordes   |   Feb 6, 2012 February 6, 2012

Late afternoon January 16, Hayden Kennedy and Jason Kruk sat on the summit of Cerro Torre, making a decision. Backup. For starters, let’s be clear: None of us has an inalienable right to summit anything. If you aren’t capable of climbing a peak after a manmade path has been removed,… Read More

Choose Your Own Adventure

Choose Your Own Adventure

By Kelly Cordes   |   Mar 23, 2011 March 23, 2011

While gazing into my navel and pulling out lint the other day, I wondered about adventure. It seems to me that, based on my admittedly unscientific observations of news reports and the ascents I encounter in my American Alpine Journal editorial job, refinement ascents are all… Read More

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