Trail Runner’s editor in chief, whose new book co-authored with Tina Muir, ‘Becoming a Sustainable Runner,’ is now available, believes there are many approachable steps runners can take to improve their running and the planet
Four Ways Shoe Brands (and You) Can Reduce Footwear’s Environmental Impact, According to a Life Cycle Analyst
What are the impacts of your shoe quiver, and how can they be reduced?
This week, Runners for Public Lands launched a free, comprehensive online resource for event organizers to implement priorities of community building and environmental stewardship.
The sneaker industry has a role to play in climate change. New Balance is trying to reduce its climate impact with a holistic program.
The waste that comes from athletic gear and apparel is a structural problem, but individual actions still matter.
Washing running clothes less frequently might be better for the environment. But re-wearing funky clothes just...stinks.
Peyton Thomas spend much of her time bridging liminal spaces between sport, science, and advocacy. And that's just what the world needs.
Here are a handful of stellar eco-forward innovations that trail runners and race directors can add to their tool belts.
As athletes prioritize environmental responsibility, brands are listening and creating gear that’s both high-quality and sustainable.
Plastic is simultaneously saving and smothering us. Here’s how the trail running community can help.
Dakota Jones combines his love for trail running and environmental stewardship in his Footprints camps.
Eco-conscious shopping is hard. Here’s what you need to know about the ten most common standards.
Keren Blount founded Runner Coffee Co. in 2020 to blend her three passions: caffeine, running, and connecting with others.
Activists launch The Outdoorist Oath to promote social justice on the trail.
What are carbon offsets, and how can trail runners use them to run more sustainably?
The materials that give our running shoes durability, bounce, and comfort are part of both a plastic problem and a carbon emissions crisis.
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