The high-quality outdoor clothing brand has a big sale on some of its most popular items from this past season.
The union says the outdoor apparel brand stayed neutral in the process, in contrast to companies like Trader Joe’s and REI.
“Earth is now our only shareholder,” Yvon Chouinard wrote in an open letter.
They're both also offering expenses for women forced to travel out of state for abortions now that the Supreme Court has struck down Roe v. Wade.
The brand said the tag on their shorts "refers to politicians from any party who deny or disregard the climate crisis and ignore science."
These sustainable men's coats from brands like L.L. Bean and Patagonia will keep you warm but aren't terrible for the environment.
The retailer is being more selective with its co-branded clothing, though current corporate customers are unaffected.
"We're giving our $10 million tax cut back to the planet," the company said.
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The Utah representative accused the company's CEO of "living in a bubble" after he declined an invitation to testify before Congress.