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This week saw heated public outcry over the organization's false claim of being the first to get outdoor brands to commit to inclusivity. Let's use this opportunity to enact real change.

Most of mountaineering's teachers are white, but one group wants to change that through new hands-on workshops

That's just business as usual in the Trump administration. But despite the interior secretary's asinine comments, there may yet be hope for ground-up change.

A new report finds that a startling number of environmental and conservation organizations aren't making efforts to report on internal diversity or actively pursue inclusion

The real fight to protect America’s public lands isn’t in Utah. It’s right outside our biggest cities.

The industry has moved its trade show, but not its stance on diversity

The former fastest woman to hike the AT is stitching together ambitious routes right in the middle of urban civilization