Dear Altitude Blog readers,
I am writing on behalf of our group “Sadabe” (a Montreal-based NGO), to request your donation of equipment for our first cooperative women’s health workshop to be held in Madagascar with our sister organization “Taratra Reny sy Zaza” in September 2010. Sadabe’s goals are to promote a better and more effective coexistence for Madagascar’s humans and its wildlife, and to improve the education and health of the local Malagasy people in the region.
That's it. We had so many questions, requests and threats that we finally gave up.
"You should make your own t-shirts. They would be awesome."
"Do you have any Altitude t-shirts I could wear?"
"I will tattoo your logo on my chest if you don't send me an Altitude t-shirt now!!"
Well, we've done it. For the 2009 Montreal Outdoor Festival, we decided that we would all be wearing an Altitude Sports t-shirt. So far, the comments have been quite encouraging.
We had the chance to visit the The North Face's canadian head office located in Montreal. We spoke with Corey Stecker, the marketing manager, and he showed us around. We got to learn more about The North Face company. Their new building got the silver LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) award because it was built and managed in a green and responsible way.
Here is the video:
Let me know what you think,
and special thanks to Corey!
They've been hanging around humans since the beginning. They're now a livestock and a part of the proud Irish landscape. But although there are more than a billion of these animals on earth, they are not so easily tracked... So, what’s the best way?
There are many reasons to track a sheep: keeping the herd together, testing if they faint as easily as some weird goats or protecting them from mulesing.