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Earth Is Now Our Only Shareholder

If we have any hope of a thriving planet—much less a business—it is going to take all of us doing what we can with the resources we have. This is what we can do.

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Breaking Trail for Clean Air
Breaking Trail for Clean Air
Breaking Trail for Clean Air
Ariella Carpenter

Running Up For Air is not a race. It’s a community, a gathering of friends and a fundraiser for clean-air advocacy.

7 min Read
Leave It to Beavers
Leave It to Beavers
Leave It to Beavers
Amanda Monthei

Renewing rivers one rodent at a time.

8 min Read
We Can Get There from Here
We Can Get There from Here
We Can Get There from Here

A family in Maine reimagines a future for working waterfronts that puts back more than it takes.

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Strength for the Next Disaster
Strength for the Next Disaster
Strength for the Next Disaster
Zina Rodriguez

Louisiana community organizer Roishetta Ozane on her fight to stop the biggest fossil fuel expansion on earth and how mutual aid can play a part.

12 min Read
Let’s End Neighborhood Drilling for Good
Let’s End Neighborhood Drilling for Good
Let’s End Neighborhood Drilling for Good
Zina Rodriguez

Our next fight against Big Oil is for basic human rights.

5 min Read
Running Up For Air
Running Up For Air
Running Up For Air

In the face of declining air quality, a community of runners rises up.

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17:20
What We Do Video Series
What We Do Video Series
What We Do Video Series
Patagonia

Want to see what goes on behind the scenes at Patagonia?

2 min Read
Suing for Survival
Suing for Survival
Suing for Survival
Jann Eberharter

Do Skagit River salmon have legal rights?

6 min Read
Make It Last
Make It Last
Make It Last
Katie Lamb

Patagonia Climbing Ambassador Katie Lamb sews at her own pace.

6 min Read
The 150-Mile Test
The 150-Mile Test
The 150-Mile Test
Eric Noll

A Patagonia advanced R&D designer takes to the Swedish alpine to test out a new pack prototype—and a bold idea for rethinking multiday trail travel.

10 min Read
What the Hands Do
What the Hands Do
What the Hands Do

How can climbing shape the world we want to see?

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37:37
A Better Way to Do Business
A Better Way to Do Business
A Better Way to Do Business
Patagonia

A conversation with Vincent Stanley, Patagonia’s director of philosophy and co-author of The Future of the Responsible Company: What We’ve Learned from Patagonia’s First 50 Years.

9 min Read
Made to Work
Made to Work
Made to Work
Meaghen Brown

A short history of gear designed for very specific reasons.

8 min Read
Home, Grown
Home, Grown
Home, Grown

Architect and climber Dylan Johnson joins up with Yvon Chouinard and a hardworking crew to construct two houses using straw bales.

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12:18
To My Bebito
To My Bebito
To My Bebito
Yessenia Funes

Climate and sustainability journalist Yessenia Funes writes to her future child—the one she hopes to have and has been afraid of bringing into our world.

7 min Read
Wild Sea, Protected Land
Wild Sea, Protected Land
Wild Sea, Protected Land
Manuel Fernández Arroyo

Península Mitre is now protected, thanks to the work of a committed community.

9 min Read
Together as One
Together as One
Together as One
Ryan Stuart

In a small British Columbia mountain town, one woman is using trails to help heal wounds and bridge two communities.

11 min Read
Daughter of the Sea
Daughter of the Sea
Daughter of the Sea

Struggling with a mental health crisis, one woman returns to the waters that raised her and finds healing in the ocean.

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18:04
Home to Limuw
Home to Limuw
Home to Limuw
Alan Salazar

A 50-year odyssey.

7 min Read
Nothing Wasted
Nothing Wasted
Nothing Wasted
Denis Tuzinovic

The virtue of sniffing scat.

3 min Read
Victory for the Boundary Waters
Victory for the Boundary Waters
Victory for the Boundary Waters
Nate Ptacek

A Patagonia employee celebrates a huge environmental win for his beloved home waters.

3 min Read
An Honest Shot
An Honest Shot
An Honest Shot

Patagonia in the ‘70s through the lens of photographer Gary Regester.

3 min Read
Ascend
Ascend
Ascend

These women were forced to flee their homes in Afghanistan. Now the climbing community is helping them build a new one.

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19:40
Say Goodbye to “Forever Chemicals”
Say Goodbye to “Forever Chemicals”
Say Goodbye to “Forever Chemicals”
Archana Ram

How we’re finally making waterproof materials without PFAS and PFCs—and why it took so long.

10 min Read
When Trees Fall, So Do We
When Trees Fall, So Do We
When Trees Fall, So Do We
John Perlin

An excerpt from Patagonia’s republished version of A Forest Journey, about what the loss of trees has meant for past life on our planet.

4 min Read
A Man, Mud and Methane
A Man, Mud and Methane
A Man, Mud and Methane
Brooke MacMillan

A look inside Delta Brick & Climate Company, where doing is undoing.

6 min Read
Land of the Midnight Surf
Land of the Midnight Surf
Land of the Midnight Surf
Morgan Williamson

Inside Yakutat Surf Club’s budding stoke scene in Southeast Alaska.

14 min Read
Running the Coast
Running the Coast
Running the Coast
Kiko Sweeney

A family explores their relationship to running.

6 min Read
The Women of the Mimal Rangers
The Women of the Mimal Rangers
The Women of the Mimal Rangers
Amelia Moulis

Keeping ancestral knowledge alive in Arnhem Land.

12 min Read
We Are the Inlet
We Are the Inlet
We Are the Inlet
Nikki Sanchez

The women fighting for Southern Resident orcas.

9 min Read
Episode 6: We Are the Water
Episode 6: We Are the Water
Episode 6: We Are the Water

Patagonia and Pop-Up Magazine Productions present a series about knowledge.

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8:36
Three Green Lines
Three Green Lines
Three Green Lines
Amanda Monthei

Angling beyond the wire at Manzanar concentration camp.

10 min Read
Restoring Paradise
Restoring Paradise
Restoring Paradise
Joel Caldwell

A road trip through California’s worst drought in 1,200 years, and the folks working to restore broken ecosystems and rewild lost landscapes.

16 min Read
Legacy Regenerated
Legacy Regenerated
Legacy Regenerated

In Warren County, North Carolina, a Black farmer is growing industrial hemp to help his century-old farm thrive for at least another 100 years.

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12:11
Buffalo Spirit
Buffalo Spirit
Buffalo Spirit
Chris White Eagle

Indigenous people once shared a deep bond with the Plains bison. To revive that connection, a Cheyenne River Sioux community leader is leading by example and teaching his knowledge to others.

6 min Read
Episode 4: Silence Isn’t Silent
Episode 4: Silence Isn’t Silent
Episode 4: Silence Isn’t Silent

Patagonia and Pop-Up Magazine Productions present a series about knowledge.

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10:58
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