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Adventure Clothing

 

Try and choose clothing:

  • made from natural fibres e.g. organic cotton and wool.

  • made from recycled materials that can be recycled themselves.

  • made in Europe.

  • made by companies with Environment Certification ISO 14001 and/or EMAS

(Eco-Management and Audit Scheme.)

  • made by companies with a named person in charge of Corporate Social

Responsibility/ Environmental Care.

  • made by companies who each year, produce and make available on their

website, a Sustainability Report or something similar with goals to achieve

and progress towards attaining those targets.

  • made by companies that ‘give something back’ in terms of supporting

organisations through donations of money or equipment.

  • made by companies who operate a recycling scheme which encourages

the recycling of the company's products.

 

Patagonia.  Highly ranked in the Berne Declaration/Clean Clothes Campaign: Outdoor Clothing Buying Guide 2012.

  

Paramo. Top ranked in Ethical Consumer Outdoor Gear report July 2010.

 

Vaude.  Highly ranked in the Berne Declaration/Clean Clothes Campaign: Outdoor Clothing Buying Guide 2012.

 

Haglôfs.  Highly ranked in the Berne Declaration/Clean Clothes Campaign: Outdoor Clothing Buying Guide 2012.

 

Mammut. Highly ranked in the Berne Declaration/Clean Clothes Campaign: Outdoor Clothing Buying Guide 2012.

 

Odlo.  Highly ranked in the Berne Declaration/Clean Clothes Campaign: Outdoor Clothing Buying Guide 2012.

El Alto. Socially responsible outdoor clothing.