Industry headlines: Intriguing reads from around the web

Lindsey Vonn’s new show: The retired skiing icon is now hosting a reality TV show on Amazon called “The Pack,” about the bond between humans and dogs. [Outside Online]

Bike recall: Santa Cruz Bicycles has recalled some of its aluminum frames that can bend or buckle, posing serious injury risk. [BRAIN]

Death in Great Smoky Mountains: A 48-year-old Alabama man fell 50 feet to his death in the national park last week. [WSPA]

Indigenous outdoor groups: These five groups are working to support indigenous communities in the outdoors—and they need your help. [Teton Gravity Research]

The path to outdoor diversity: Inclusion in the outdoors has a long way to go, especially among mountain bikers. [Pique]

Nomadix joins The Conservation Alliance: The sustainable towel company has become the latest organization to join the conservation group.

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A new climate leader: Joe Biden has selected former Secretary of State John Kerry to lead the nation's climate efforts in a newly created cabinet post: presidential climate envoy.

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