Please see below our press releases, archived by year, so you can see what we have been up to since our start in the summer of 2006.
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ILAND green technologies SA Power Growth of EOCA
The European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA) is delighted to welcome ILAND green technologies SA, the leading Swiss company in the market of portable solar generators, as its latest member, growing the number of members of the association to 71.
Wild Roses Brings The Feminine Touch to Conservation
Conservation has received a boost on the feminine side today as women-only technical clothing brand, Wild Roses (International) AG has signed up to join the European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA). Following discussions at OutDoor in Friedrichshafen last month, Wild Roses has already shown excitement and enthusiasm for their new membership, suggesting further fundraising events they wish to undertake for the growing organisation.
Project Announcement 2011
And here it is! The news you have been waiting for - all 10 projects (which is a record in itself) that EOCA will be supporting in the 2011/12 funding round.
Events at OutDoor 2011
Sandals, Savings and South Pole for Conservation at OutDoor 2011!!
In anticipation of a hectic OutDoor this July, the European Outdoor Conservation Association is asking visitors and exhibitors to take a minute to plan a bit of conservation into their day.
Marmot Signs Up!
Outdoor brand Marmot has signed up to get involved as a member of the European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA).
A Fistful of Firsts for Outdoor Conservation
Following a very successful ispo, launching a new identity in a joint party with Patagonia, fundraising with Keen and Berghaus and increasing membership, the European Outdoor Conservation Association is delighted to have been able to clock up some ‘firsts’ from its members as well.
Relaunch Party and Fundraising
The European Outdoor Conservation Association (formerly the EOG Association for Conservation) is relaunching at this year’s ispo with a joint party with Patagonia and fundraising event sponsored by Berghaus.
Conservation by Another Name
Following a vote at its recent Annual Assembly, the EOG Association for Conservation has agreed to move the Association forward through a change of name - to European Outdoor Conservation Association.
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Peter Weber, Deutsche Alpen Verein