Your Passion for the outdoors can
help save it
We help passionate outdoor people protect the places and lifestyles they love from climate change. From athletes and creatives to scientists and responsible business leaders, we activate every corner of the outdoor community to advance non-partisan policies that turn a passion for the outdoors into action for climate.
Protect your Powder Stash
Wherever you shred, extreme heat and cold are shortening your season.
Save your Local Crag
Fossil fuel development on our public lands means access to your favorite crags is dwindling.
Keep that Runner’s High
Every big adventure starts small
Instead of chasing perfection, pursue progress. The outdoor community has the passion, the information and the resources to make a difference now.
As one of the world's most accomplished alpinists, Graham finds himself flying and driving to the remote corners of the globe. But that doesn't stop him from advocating for carbon pricing.
She might run for work and earn her turns, but Stephanie Violett still has a carbon footprint. That doesn't stop her from being a climate advocate.
Meet our community of doers
Turn Your Passion into Action
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POW’s 2020 Strategic Plan
Margins: the milliseconds that win the race or the millimeter ledge that forms the perfect crimp. They’re the seemingly small moments that carry enough weight to tip the scale from failure to success.
Well, as it turns out, margins lay at the heart of our 2020 strategy. Check it out to learn how we’re going to achieve some big goals in 2020.
Cost of Carbon Tool
We don’t believe that having a carbon footprint should ever preclude you from becoming a climate advocate.
Instead of chasing perfection, pursue progress by offsetting the carbon footprint of your adventures and learn the value of advocating for the outdoor places and experiences that you love.
We are excited to report that on November 14, the Town Council in Breckenridge voted unanimously to power their entire community by 100% renewable energy sources by 2035. Why are we stoked to see mountain communities...