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Inspired by our love of the outdoors, adventure sports and our passion to protect the planet EXTREME made it its mission to leave a positive legacy and give youth a voice around climate issues. From the oceans to the mountains, our natural world has given us so much, now is the time to give back.


Although we recognise that we may not have all the solutions, we accept the challenge to learn, improve and do our part to safeguard the planet for future generations to come. EXTREME have therefore taken action through delivering the Extreme Hangout at Cop26 and partnering with these key organisations and activating critical initiatives.

Sustainability Partners


We have partnered with “The Planet Mark” to measure our environmental impact and understand the measures we can take to propel us forwards on our mission to becoming carbon neutral.


We are signed up to 1% for the Planet through which we have committed 1% of our annual revenue to environmental non-profit organisations that are creating a more sustainable future for all.

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We have committed to the United Nations “Sports for Climate Action” which commits us to raise awareness about climate change and promotes sustainable and responsible consumption through the power of sport and adventure.

In order to more thoroughly drive our activity within these initiatives and ensure we have a sound underpinning in our engagement, we have chosen 4 of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to guide our focus and thinking

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Steering us in this quest to do better for our planet is Amber Nuttall, our dedicated environmental and sustainability director who is no stranger to the perseverance and passion it takes to put our environment first. Amber supports and advises NGOs, governments and corporate organisations on their environmental goals and strategies. She is a proud board member of the Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation (BREEF) and is also an advisor, fundraiser, and ambassador to the Blue Marine Foundation.


GLASGOW NOV 1st - NOV 12th

The COP26 summit brought together global leaders and organisations to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.

The younger generation will be the most impacted by the climate crisis, and it was paramount that their voice be heard at COP26. EXTREME therefore provided a platform for active participation and engagement through the creation of the EXTREME Hangout.


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The EXTREME Hangout is a centre of idea sharing, inspiration, passion. Operating from the 1st of November to the 12th of November it was located on The Ferry, a renowned Scottish venue moored on the river Clyde with a capacity of 600, 

Enabled by EXTREME, the venue was supported by our partner NGOs and aligned sponsors who shared our purpose. EXTREME sparked conversation via our live broadcast which was shared across ours, and other web and social channels. The key messages and discussion points coming out of the EXTREME Hangout reverberated around the world, engaging young people from the Highlands of Scotland to the coral atolls of the Indian Ocean, uniting them in their vision for a sustainable future.

​For more information or to enquire about getting involved please email

Coundown to COP27




Created in mid 2020 while in the first Corona instigated global lock down. It has not been easy but whilst we’ve been stuck indoors, nature has had time to heal. Through the release of our Tread Lighter video, we invite everyone to join us in doing their part to minimise our impact.

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