Our Acknowledgment

We’re learning how to become an antiracist company.

Moving toward a new day requires reflection. It requires reckoning with our failures, taking time to really listen, and honoring what we’ve missed. Cerro Chaltén gets one of its many names from a Tehuelche (Aónikenk) word meaning “smoking mountain”—for the clouds that frequent its peaks. Patagonia.
Mikey Schaefer

We’re Part of a Movement
for Change

From supporting youth fighting against oil drilling to suing the president, we take action on the most pressing environmental issues facing our world.Get Involved

We’re Taxing
Ourselves

Patagonia’s self-imposed Earth tax, 1% for the Planet, provides support to environmental nonprofits working to defend our air, land and water around the globe.

We’re Linking Sports
with Activism

As Patagonia employees, our Global Sport Activists® are using their roles in the sport community to drive positive social and environmental change.

Connect with Environmental Groups

We’re connecting individuals with Patagonia grantees, to take action on the most pressing issues facing the world today. Patagonia Action Works helps you discover events, petitions and skilled volunteering opportunities in your backyard and donate money to local causes.Act Now

Explore Activism Stories

Discover the most pressing stories from environmental protectors across the world. Get Inspired

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