American Director Carol Dysinger wins an Oscar for revealing the resilience of young Afghan girls with an unlikely second chance at an education.
This personal account of an Israel Defense Forces officer in Egyptian captivity during the Yom Kippur War, can teach us all something about ourselves.
After surviving life-threatening situations, we cut away the tangles in our lives to focus on what makes us tick - creating versatile products for life in the outdoors.
From Antarctica to the Arctic, from electric vehicles to barefoot running, from triumph to tragedy, we take a look back at some of the most important stories on The Outdoor Journal in 2019.
Tesla has entered the hugely lucrative electric truck market. How does the Cybertruck's "Giant Leap" strategy compare to Rivian and its billion dollar investment from Ford and Amazon?
Paddleboarding expert and world-record holder Lizzie Carr breaks down what you should look for when buying your first, or your next Stand-Up Paddleboard.
From the top of the world to the end of the earth, essays from a marathoner’s odyssey to compete on every continent and the lessons learned of friendship, life and pushing past borders
Buy one, give one. A Sheffield, UK-based startup outdoor brand brings the one-for-one business model to outdoor clothing.