We’ve spoken with thousands of Airstreamers and learned that over 80% of us try to leave the places we camp in a more beautiful condition than when we found them. At Airstream, we like to encourage travelers to Leave It Beautiful – and that means a variety of things. Traveling sustainably with a small footprint and minimal waste is the easiest way to make an impact. We’ve assembled products and tips through Airstream Supply Company that make it easy to travel sustainable and Leave It Beautiful.
At the Campsite
Designed for the Outdoors
The Airstream community is proud to do its part to preserve the environment. Airstreamers value our green spaces and support protecting these special places for future generations. It’s no surprise that more than 80% of Airstreamers believe that spending time in nature is important to our overall well-being. We’re always working to positively impact change and better understand how we can create a more welcoming and inclusive environment in the outdoors.
Leave It Beautiful
Powered by the Sun
In 2019, solar panels on all shipped Airstreams have the capacity to generate 429,000 watts of power that help enable our customers to do more with less when they’re outdoors.
National Forest Foundation
Airstream is a proud partner of the National Forest Foundation, the official non-profit partner of the United States Forest Service, promoting the health and public enjoyment of the 154 National Forests and 20 National Grasslands, and 5,100 campsites in the United States. Join us in supporting the country’s forests and grasslands by giving to the National Forest Foundation, and, together, we can Leave It Beautiful.
Silver is the New Green
Every Airstream model is “Certified Green” by TRA Certification, the internationally accredited certification organization. Airstream leverages its influence to bring successful, environmentally friendly innovations to the outdoors.
“Wherever you camp, wherever you stay, leave it cleaner than when you arrived. Not just as clean, but cleaner.”
- Wally Byam, Airstream Founder