The four week series aims to provide thought-provoking and actionable insights from outdoor industry leaders on building resilience and ensuring a responsible recovery that ultimately benefits individuals, communities, and the environment.

The series launches on July 23, kicking off with a discussion surrounding the Intersection of Environment & Diversity, with speakers Laura Edmonson of Brown Girls Climb, Latria Graham of Outdoor Retailer Magazine, Micah Ragland II from DTE Energy, and moderated by Leslie Nuccio from Bank of the West.

The following week’s session will focus on connecting through shared beliefs in “The Values and Cents of Sustainable Recovery,” moderated by pro skier Chris Davenport, and joined by panelists Ben Stuart from Bank of the West, Julia Day of the NPD Group, Mario Molina from Protect Our Winters and Nick Sargent of Snowsports Industries America.

The third and fourth sessions will cover, “Sustainable Operations = Sustainable Recovery,” and “Why Cause Matters: Consumer Loyalty in Purchase Decisions.” The four part series will examine pillars of sustainability to provide informative, multi-faceted guidance for small business owners, entrepreneurs and consumers who have a stake in outdoor spaces and care about sustainable lifestyles.

To learn more and register for The Sustainable Recovery Series, visit:



Two days, two breakfasts, one aimOutDoor, 16 and 17 July at 08.30hrs Zug, Switzerland – The European Outdoor Group's Sustainability Working Group (SWG) is inviting all attendees at OutDoor to join them for breakfast, on two days, with the aim of working together in providing a more