Today’s world-renowned Mammut Sports Group AG has its roots in a small family ropemaking business founded in Switzerland in 1862. In the 160 years since, Mammut has expanded to become an expert in ropes, climbing harnesses, sleeping bags, clothing, shoes and gear for mountain and outdoor sports. It is now a global company with around 800 employees, which operates in around 40 countries.
Since 2002, Mammut has been one of the first outdoor companies to commit to achieving more sustainability in the outdoor sector.
As a signatory to the UN Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action, Mammut has undertaken a commitment to cut CO2 emissions by 30% by 2030. By 2050 at the latest, production should be entirely emission-free – (net zero).
Emblematic of Mammut’s commitment to sustainability is their Together for Glaciers movement. Under the hashtag #TogetherForGlaciers, impressions of disappearing glaciers can be shared among social networks. Doing so should raise awareness around this issue and motivate people to do things in a more environmentally friendly way.