Timberland measures its Eco-Responsibility

Via on May 22, 2008


And they’ve been doing so for some time, now. It’s a fun, creative way to asses how they (and me, when I’m running down to my latest favoritist lunch stop in their shoes) are doing in terms of eco-impact. It makes my job as conscious consumer that much easier. I look forward to a day when a third party industry-wide certification takes place—but in classic American style, and to Timberland’s credit, they ain’t waiting around for someone else to get it together. 

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2 Responses to “Timberland measures its Eco-Responsibility”

  1. slow says:

    ?!? Can't find this on their site or via this link …

  2. […] and wilderness exploration. “It seems odd to me that today we have stylish urban youths wearing Timberland boots and North Face parkas,” writes Edmondson, “with no intention of ever using them in the outdoor […]

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