Surfing’s global elite collaborate to explore the challenges of sustainability in the surfing world in a new book from San Diego State University’s Center for Surf Research. The greatest challenges to sustainability in the surfing world have been laid bare in a new book featuring contributions from the industry’s global elite. Sustainable Stoke – Transitions […]
Sustainable Stoke – Transitions to Sustainability in the Surfing World
Inside the People’s Climate March, World’s Largest Gathering on Climate Change
On Sunday, September 21, 2014, many of us at Label Networks participated in the People’s Climate March in New York City in support of bringing attention to issues surrounding global climate change. It was an amazing experience beyond anyone’s expectations as we suddenly realized that we were in the midst of making history as part […]
Patagonia’s $20 Million & Change Program to Help Start-up Brands Achieve Positive Benefits to the Environment
In the latest leading-edge initiative from Patagonia, Yvon Chouinard, the founder of Patagonia, has announced a new initiative called “$20 Million & Change.” The idea is to provide inspiration and resources to start-up brands towards achieving a positive benefit to the environment. Here’s the information and contacts, in a letter format from Mr. Chouinard, […]
The Art of Surfing and Skateboarding -Boards Made from Beach Garbage, Decks Made from Basketball Courts
%u201CWhich best describes how you feel about the United States in terms of the environment your future?”
When asked “Which best describes how you feel about the Untied States in terms of environment?” among 13-25-year-olds across more than 5,000 people from a representative sampling within our second annual Humanitarian Youth Culture Profile Report, one of the most interesting results is by age demographics:
Green Marketing Youth Culture Perceptions:”Do you feel that companies are actually making a change by saying they are”Green” or do you think it’s just advertising?” Fresh Results from Label Networks Provides Insight
Each year, Label Networks asks a series of questions to a representative sample of thousands of young people ages 13-25 about their perceptions, influences, and concerns as it pertains to humanitarian issues, green marketing, the environment, “green” sponsorship effectiveness, volunteerism, among other similar topics.
Future Forecasting: Changes in Top Future Concerns Among North American Youth Culture Indicate There Are Several New and Growing Trends Impacting Lifestyles and Choices
Since September 11, 2001, Label Networks has been tracking youth culture markets of 13-25-year-olds across North America (and later, Europe, Japan, and China) about top future concerns to get a sense of the mindframe of the marketplace. Released today in our Fall Study 2008, results reveal the greatest changes in 7 years, indicating a cultural shift under way.