Carbon Pricing

Electrifying Transit

Renewable Energy

Public Lands


We believe in utilizing innovative transit solutions to minimize and ultimately eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector.

The Policy Details

The transportation sector is the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. Since we’re all using vehicles to get ourselves to the lift lines, singletrack and crags, we think there ought to be affordable options to get to the places we love without emitting carbon. Whether that means working on fuel efficiency, fuel economy standards, public transportation, electric vehicle availability and infrastructure or credit reform, we’re trying to bring as many transportation solutions to the table as possible.

We all have a carbon footprint, but that doesn’t mean we can’t be advocates to change the system.

Should You Get a New Car?

Check out Business Insider’s tips on why buying a new car is better for the environment than driving an old one and buying guides from Plug In Cars and the Sierra Club. Still freaked out about EV’s range? Read The Washington Post’s take on why ‘range anxiety’ is overblown. Finally, here’s Outside Online’s guide to adventure-ready cars, which does indeed include a few EVs!

Active Campaigns

Getting involved to save the places you love isn’t a chore, it’s just what you do. Our campaigns are designed to provide meaningful actions that effectively grow, engage and mobilize the outdoor community to create an impact.


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