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11 Things You Can Actually Do to Slow Climate Change

The idea of climate change can seem overwhelming. But there are a number of things all of us can do to make a positive difference for the climate and the planet. They range from large and transformative lifestyle decisions to simple tinkering around the apartment, condo or house.

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Why We Ascend

We design equipment to make it easier for people to pursue their alpine adventures. We are passionate about it. We do it with the spirit of the great artisans that approach their craft with pride. But we also do it because the mountains are where we repair when our time is free.  

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How to Climb Mount Whitney

Bagging Mount Whitney seems to be on the list of every serious mountaineer, so we have a few tips from an experienced climber to help you plot your summit.

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New England’s Changing Climate: 7 Things We’ve Seen

Our ardent love of New England speaks to the gravity of our worry as we begin to see the toll a changing climate is taking on the landscape we love. Those of us who are out in the wild – climbing, hunting, fishing – are some of the first to see these signs so dramatically and undeniably. Here are seven undeniable changes we have seen.

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The Story of John Muir and His Beloved Glaciers

We here at NEMO take enormous inspiration from John Muir, the great naturalist, writer and mountaineer, founder of the Sierra Club, and a pioneer of the conservationist movement. But it remains it remains lesser known that he pioneered the scientific study of glaciers — or glaciology — particularly in alpine settings.