Patagonia’s Commitment to Making Democracy More Accessible

Voting, our most basic and fundamental right as a democracy, is under threat, so Patagonia is doing its part to help ensure we have safe, free and fair elections this November. As we stand with the millions of Americans who want to elect climate leaders and see wild places protected for future generations, Patagonia will work with our partners across the country to help people exercise their right to choose their future and make a plan to vote. Patagonia will close its doors on Election Day, like we did in…

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Patagonia Strengthens Commitment to Planet, Hires Avi Garbow, EPA’s Longest-Serving General Counsel, as Patagonia Environmental Advocate

Patagonia was created to explore wild places, and we are still in business today because we fight to protect them. Since our founding more than 40 years ago, we have worked to protect and preserve the natural world—from our ongoing efforts to reduce our company’s environmental footprint to supporting hundreds of environmental nonprofits around the world. We use our brand to address the most pressing issues of our time, and every employee hired is committed to our mission of saving our home planet. Today, we are pleased to extend our…

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Someoddpilot and Patagonia Launch ‘Action Works’, Digital Environmental Activism Platform

Patagonia and its Chicago-based agency partner Someoddpilot have launched Patagonia Action Works, a new digital platform and program designed to protect US public lands and waters by connecting individuals to organizations working on environmental issues in the same communities. Patagonia Action Works connects grassroots environmental organizations across the world to people in the nearby areas wanting to help by volunteering their skills, time or money. Skills can include graphic design, writing, organizational, management, law, and anything else that can contribute to combating environmental issues. The project’s video, branding, assets, digital…

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Patagonia hit back with “The President Stole Your Land” Campaign

Patagonia, one of America’s leading outdoor clothing and gear retailer, has slammed President Donald Trump after he announced plans to shrink the size of two national monuments. The company changed the front page of their website to display a black screen with the message “The President Stole Your Land”. This is designed to rally the public into joining the fight. The company have stated they intent to fight the Government legally.  “Americans have overwhelmingly spoken out against the Trump Administration’s unprecedented attempt to shut down our national monuments. The Administration’s…

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