Love for nature | BUFF® & the environment
At BUFF® we love nature and we feel responsible to contribute to its preservation. We are constantly looking for new paths, hidden roads and secret treasures, that's why preserving the environment is a part of our DNA. Besides taking care of our production processes, we also participate in projects focused on making a better world for everyone.
BUFF® contributes to nature preservation
Since our funding, we have always searched for ways to contribute to nature's preservation.
One of our main contributions is done through our environmental friendly product series: BUFF® allocates 1% of the revenue gained by all our Merino wool products to different preservation environment projects presented to the European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA).
A real and awarded compromise towards the environment
BUFF® collaborates since 2011 with projects by the EOCA. Since 2013, we are a Summit Member, an award given by the organization to the companies most involved in programs and initiatives to preserve the environment. As a reward for our initiative and our involvement, the EOCA awarded us with the Conservation Champion prize in 2011 and 2012. According to Holger Bismann, EOCA president, we deserved the prize "for the great contribution and example of commitment shown by Original Buff® to the program".
BUFF® is proud of actively contributing to nature's preservation, we love doing it and we have even become an example for other companies.
Projects in which BUFF® has contributed
BUFF® has participated in different projects and locations: natural paths restoration in Wales, red squirrell preservation in England, reforesting in the Pyrenees or ecotourism projects in Iceland are some of the main iniatiatives we have been proudly contributing to.
Building a better future needs action
BUFF® is compromised towards nature and will continue helping. During 2016 y 2017, BUFF® takes part in a project with the aim to plant more than 2 million trees, as they are a key element to the preservation of species, environment and natural habitats
More info about BUFF® and the EOCA: http://www.outdoorconservation.eu/summit-members.cfm