More and more climbing equipment suppliers rely on social and ecological production of their products. But is that important to consumers? Michael Fuchs from the University of Leipzig gets to the bottom of this question with his study. For each completed questionnaire, 1 euro will be donated to the Protect Our Winters Europe organization.
How important are properties such as recyclability, re-paperability or the ability to buy used goods (second hand) to outdoor athletes? I am now taking part in the study by Michael Fuchs from the University of Leipzig. The result of his study will be published in this magazine.
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Credits: Cover picture Tim Davis / Patagonia