There’s nothing quite like hitting the slopes, or kayaking on a serene river…But that gear you’re wearing to keep you warm and dry? It’s made of coal. That’s right, companies like The North Face, Columbia and Lululemon need to stop making their products with deadly coal.
Among outdoor and activewear brands, The North Face, Lululemon, and Columbia all publicly acknowledged the climate emergency, so we’re asking them to take it up a notch.
Most of the climate pollution generated by these three companies comes from their supply chains – by manufacturing their produces in coal-reliant countries like Vietnam, China, and India. Unlike many other brands, The North Face, Columbia and Lululemon have announced goals to clean up their supply chain pollution by working with factories and suppliers, and now we need to make sure actions are being implemented.
Add your name today to push these activewear companies to be leaders in the fight against climate change by committing to ridding their supply chains of coal by 2030.
Who will be the first to pledge to go coal free by 2030?