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    Alpkit sets new CO2 reduction targets for 2025


    Source: Alpkit website U.K. outdoor brand Alpkit , based in Nottinghamshire, has published new science-based targets to reduce its absolute emissions by 46 percent from pre-pandemic levels within the next few years. The company aims to also reduce value chain impacts by committing to a ‘per ...

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    Earth Hour 2021 is a meditation for the planet


    Most people associate the annual Earth Hour , organized by the World Wildlife Fund ( WWF ), with a symbolic gesture of their commitment to preserving our planet by turning off all the lights. But for this year’s Earth Hour on Saturday, March 27 at 8:30 p.m. local time, ...

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    European Anglers Association joins call for new nature reserve in East Tyrol


    The European Anglers Association (EAA) has joined a call to halt hydropower projects currently planned on a network of glacial wild rivers in Austria’s East Tyrol region. The Isel Manifesto , signed by 41 other organizations, asks instead to create a new nature reserve and the introduction of naturalization and ...

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    Anta and the WWF agree to international partnership


    The Anta Group has announced a new agreement with the World Wide Fund for Nature ( WWF ) that engages both parties to jointly invest more resources on sustainable environmental development, drive the sustainability transformation of the textile industry and enhance biodiversity conservation. Based on a three-year ...

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    UTMB launches virtual races


    UTMB Group has announced UTMB for the Planet , a virtual sporting event that will be accessible to all runners from around the world. The announcement follows the cancellation of the 2020 edition of the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc due to the Covid 19 pandemic. The digital ...

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    Google and WWF Sweden partner on platform for responsible sourcing


    Google and World Wide Fund for Nature ( WWF ) Sweden are teaming up on the development of a new environmental data platform that is meant to help drive more responsible sourcing decisions in the fashion industry. The new tool will combine Google Cloud ’s big-data analysis ...