Writer and filmmaker Jo Moseley reflects on the pleasures found in small adventures and the benefits these escapes can offer women leading busy family and working lives.
To mark International Epilepsy Day, Fran Turauskis discusses a new project that uses tales of adventure to shine a light on a condition that until now has had little representation in the outdoor community.
Marking World Wetlands Day on 2 February, Paul Hyman and Melanie Joe reflect on an ongoing project to involve paddleboarders in the conservation of Myanmar’s mangroves, an important area of work that ultimately affects us all.
It is virtually impossible to spend any time within the adventure community and not hear about a plastic pollution journey. As awareness of the issue has grown, the number of individuals passionate about making a difference has increased exponentially.
“A celebration of powerful, purpose-driven films that matter”. That is the strapline for the first Adventure Uncovered Film Festival, the only adventure film festival entirely dedicated to screening films with a social awareness and/or environmental impact.
Nearly 150 adventurers, change makers and outdoor enthusiasts came together earlier this month to discuss and debate how the adventure community can be catalysts for making this amazing planet a better place to live.
The loss of snow cover in the Alps expected over the coming decades as climate change bites is expected to have serious environmental consequences, from rising sea levels to untold ecological impacts. For members of the snow community, the effects of climate change also herald potentially significant disruption to the winter sports they love and upon which many livelihoods now depend.