The European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA), an organization launched by the outdoor industry to raise money for conservation projects, hailed the arrival of six new members and one more supporting association at the start of the year. EOCA said that Dynafit, Fjällräven, Odlo, Osprey, Industrial Revolution and Stanley had all joined, and it received the support of one more trade association, the Fachgruppe Outdoor. The organization, which now has 91 members and partners, has put more than €1 million into conservation projects since it was established in 2006. At the upcoming Ispo Munich, the Ispo Snow Ice & Rock Summit supported by Marmot will raise funds for EOCA again. Like last year, drinks and snacks will be served at the summit's bar for €1, which will go to environmental projects backed by EOCA. In 2012, this initiative raised €1,400 for the association. EOCA not only supports projects that are meant to safeguard nature, but it also backs initiatives that draw the public's attention to the environment and the need to protect it. More information on current projects is available at EOCA's stand at the East entrance. The Snow Ice & Rock bar is located in hall A6, stand 425.