The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics is a national organization, program and movement dedicated to protecting the outdoors by teaching people to enjoy it responsibly. Since 1999, Subaru has been the official vehicle of this organization and a proud partner, working together to create the Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainer Program. The four teams travel the country in their Subaru vehicles providing critical environmental education and programs to communities across the country.
Additionally, a Zero Landfill Traveling Trainer Program was developed in partnership with Leave No Trace to focus specifically on Subaru Zero Landfill Initiative (ZLI) efforts. The ZLI was established as a way for Subaru to share its knowledge of zero-landfill practices with the National Park Service to help reduce landfill waste in the parks. Beginning summer 2018, the ZLI trainers will travel to three ZLI pilot parks -- Grand Teton, Denali and Yosemite -- to educate park visitors and the surrounding communities about the ZLI program and how to help the parks reach their goal.
Learn more about our partnership with Leave No Trace.
Subaru is the largest corporate donor to the National Park Foundation.
Through our partnership with TerraCycle®, Subaru and its retailers have recycled more than 8 million pieces of trash, keeping items like disposable cups, lids and straws, snack wrappers, and single-use coffee capsules, out of landfills.
The Subaru partnership with Leave No Trace has helped educate 220 million people on the importance of protecting the environment.
The National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) and Subaru joined forces to use Subaru zero-landfill strategies to help our National Parks.
Subaru and our retailers have partnered with The National Forest Foundation to help replant 1 million trees in areas devastated by wildfire.
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