+++ Selle Italia has announced that it has achieved carbon neutrality for its 2021 emissions, with plans to reach net zero emissions by 2030

+++ The North Face has expanded the Renewed program, its in-store take-back clothing scheme, into the U.S. and Canada +++



+++ Inspired by an innate desire to experience the outdoors and a shared vision, Adidas Terrex has teamed up with fashionable Japanese outdoor label And Wander to create a multi-season collection

+++ Forloh, a 100 percent sourced and made-in-America technical outdoor brand, welcomes Willie Robertson, a TV personality (”Duck Dynasty”), active hunter and outdoorsman, to its team as a brand ambassador

+++ Evo, the U.S. outdoor retail and experiences brand, announced the launch of its new rewards program, Evo Membership, that offers benefits for consumers that shop, rent or service gear, travel, and stay within the brand’s ecosystem +++


+++ Brian Facer is to step down as chief executive of British Cycling by mutual agreement with the board, the governing body said, with Danielle Every appointed as acting chief executive until a replacement is found

+++ The University of Denver is partnering with The VF Foundation to create the Leadership in Outdoor Recreation Industry (LORI) program, an interdisciplinary program aimed at increasing diversity in the U.S. outdoor industry’s talent pipeline +++



+++ U.S. retailer REI Co-op has hired Patrick Fell, most recently vice president of finance at StockX, as vice president of financial planning and analysis, effective Nov. 7

+++ The U.S. Conservation Alliance, the leading national business coalition working to protect land and water, has named Nicole Rom, who brings more than 20 years of nonprofit leadership experience, as the organization’s new executive director and promoted its interim executive director, Shoren Brown, to VP of public affairs

+++ Cotopaxi welcomes Brad Hiranaga, formerly chief marketing officer at General Mills, as its new chief brand officer +++



+++ Snow Peak, the Japanese outdoor lifestyle brand, has opened a new Brooklyn retail location at 76 North Sixth Street in Williamsburg, New York City, on Oct. 21 +++ 


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