A continued commitment from Peak Design to help protect our wild placesA continued commitment from Peak Design to help protect our wild places https://www.calwild.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/Screen-Shot-2023-08-08-at-2.36.49-PM-1024x677.png 1024 677 CalWild CalWild https://www.calwild.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/Screen-Shot-2023-08-08-at-2.36.49-PM-1024x677.png
San Francisco-based product design brand, Peak Design, continues to be a leader in conservation and sustainability.
In a world where environmental conservation is more crucial than ever, partnerships between our organization and businesses in the outdoor sector can make all the difference. For multiple years in a row, Peak Design has demonstrated a deep commitment to our work in helping preserve our natural landscapes and fostering a sustainable future. Aside from providing high-quality products, their mantra is to succeed at the expense of nobody, treat their customers as peers, offset their environmental impact, and one of our favorites, use their voice to inspire positive change.
Just recently, their Sustainability Director and CalWild board member Annie Nyborg wrote a blog article titled “Rebel with a Cause” – a call to action highlighting the need for outdoor brands to step up, talk politics, and make conservation friends.
“It’s no secret that the outdoor industry leans left but we can still lead in bipartisanship because of shared love of our country’s lands and waters. What does that look like? Well, it looks like tough but honest conversations and compromises around fossil fuel development, mining, permitting, and nuclear energy. It also looks like capitalizing on that shared love, specifically through conservation and restoration.”
Their commitment to the wild, public lands that make their home state so revered for outdoor recreation has even landed them a nomination for the Leadership Award at the 2023 1% for the Planet Global Summit.
We can’t thank them enough for their continued support of not just our work, but for the health of our planet and wild places.
Both groups encourage other California businesses to join CalWild as a Group Member. Memberships start at $250 and come with a variety of visibility benefits. Learn more at www.calwild.org/partners-gm.
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