Climate Action Progress Reports

By 2030, science says we need to cut global GHG emissions in half. The question is no longer “what will we do about climate change?” – it’s how far can we go, and who wants to join us? OIA founded the Climate Action Corps in 2020 to harness the power of collaboration to address the threat of climate change to the outdoor industry. We know that our employees, shareholders, customers, and – most importantly – the next generations are expecting us to be the change.

To date, 100 and growing Climate Action Corps members have demonstrated tremendous progress on measuring, setting targets, reducing emissions, and showed up in unprecedented numbers to demand equally bold policy action.

Sharing this progress is paramount to ensuring credibility and accountability for our work, which is why members are required to self-report on their progress. Access the individual Annual Progress Reports below and explore some of our collective highlights from 2021:


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