The Cleanest Line
Ryan Gellert

Ryan Gellert

Gellert is the general manager for Patagonia in Europe, and serves on the boards of the Access Fund and Soil Heroes. An avid climber and snowboarder, he’s has climbed and ridden on every continent but Antarctica. He lives in Amsterdam.


Around 10,000 people took to the streets of Seattle on September 20 for the Global Climate Strike led by young climate activists. In the following days, more than 7 million people joined climate strikes and other activities around the world to demand world leaders take decisive action on the climate crisis. Photo: Austin Siadak

Now What?

Oct 8, 2019 October 8, 2019

As we look back on a week of climate actions that mobilized more than 7 million people around the world, those of us who took part are asking ourselves: What next? I ask that question of myself, as a concerned citizen, as a father and as a business leader in… Read More

Photo: Tim Davis

The View from Europe: Say No to TTIP

May 12, 2016 May 12, 2016

This past week Greenpeace leaked 248 pages of negotiating texts and internal position papers that reveal a deep rift among the 28 European governments, the European Union and the U.S., involved in the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). The Greenpeace report has caused an uproar here in Europe,… Read More