Amazon EU SarL


Website: http://www.amazon.co.uk/sports
Products & Services: Winter Kit , Waterproof Jackets and Trousers , Tents, Sleeping Mats and Stoves , Technical Clothing - insulation and soft shell , Socks , Sleeping Bags , Packs - Load Haulers and Daysacks , Other , Hydration Systems , Footwear , Climbing Hardware , Cleaners & Proofers - Caring for your Kit , Baselayers , Accessories
Outdoor Activities: Walking, Hiking and Picnicking - Enjoying the Countryside , Surfing , Skiing, Ski Touring and Snowboarding , Rock Climbing and Scrambling , Observing nature, horse riding, fishing and other information. , Hiking and Walking at Higher Altitudes , General Cycling and Mountain Biking , Canoeing, Kayaking, Dinghy Sailing, and Windsurfing , Camping, snow camping and campfires
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Amazon aims to offer customers the greatest selection – also of sports and outdoor products. Amazon is the place where customer discover products they require for their sports and outdoor passion. For information on products please visit www.amazon.de/sport, www.amazon.co.uk/sports, or www.amazon.fr/sport
 
When did you join EOCA? 1 Jan 2015
Why our company is involved with EOCA? Conserving nature and wildlife is a pre-requisite for future generations to enjoy outdoor activities. EOCA supports protecting the foundation why people love to be outdoor. We want to endorse EOCA, its projects and its associates with our membership as it fits perfectly in our corporate citizenship engagement: http://www.amazon.de/gemeinsam
 
 
If you are an individual who loves the great outdoors and would like to support our projects, please click the donate button below. During 2017, all money donated will fund tree planting in Nepal as part of our 2 Million Tree Project.
We’re delighted to have been supported by the European Outdoor Conservation Association, who have been
an excellent partner and whose support has enabled us to divert more much-needed funds into local projects.
Dr Matthias Hammer, Biosphere Expeditions