The European Outdoor Group (EOG) has announced that two more national associations have adopted its Sustainability Charter. These include the Outdoor Industries Association (OIA) and Outdoor Sports Valley (OSV). By pledging their support to the charter, the two organizations are committing to pursue best practice in corporate citizenship, responsibility and sustainability, EOG said. This follows last month's announcement that the Scandinavian Outdoor Group had made the same commitment. The EOG Sustainability Charter was adopted in 2016. The Charter was developed by EOG's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability Council, in partnership with key external stakeholders. The project was led by Pamela Ravasio, EOG head of CSR and sustainability, working with her colleague Katy Stevens. Signatories align themselves to a shared agenda at a senior level around the common goal of a more sustainable future for all. The Charter does not set out to be prescriptive, but provides a framework and defines strategic stages on the journey towards its sustainability objectives for the outdoor sector.