Karün Blog

These are the recommendations from the Karün Community!

Together with our Karün Community, we collect movies, documentaries, books, talks and more and we consolidate them in this blog to make the days of quarantine more enjoyable because today is when we understand most that collaboration is the best way to inhabit this world. Click here to read the blog...

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11th Hour Racing Team ♡ Karün

During the last Volvo Ocean Race, we joined forces with the 11th Hour Racing Team, and now we’re happy to announce that our partnership will continue on to the next race. Read all about it here...

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Our Value Chain

We are making the highest quality eyewear, in an entirely different way; instead of a linear and extractive production process - which is used by most companies in the world - we are working hard to build our entire value chain under a circular, restorative and eventually regenerative model. Read more here...

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Karün and the Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, the UN created the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, a plan of action to shift the world onto a sustainable and resilient path, thanks to this the sustainable development goals were born. Want to know how are we contributing to the SDGs more specifically? Check out this on our new blog...

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Karün: to be Nature

We are aware of how serious to talk about indigenous cultures is and the relevance of not falling into cultural appropriation. This is why it is of utmost importance for us to tell our community the real story from the very beginning about our name, logo and the relationship we are step-by-step creating with the Mapuche culture today...

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Protecting nature through local communities: One step closer to our commitment

At Karün we have a commitment: To Love, Protect and Enjoy Nature. Today we want to tell you about a powerful initiative towards that commitment...

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The people behind our straps: handmade by artisans

We believe that in this Industrial Growth Society it is crucial we go back to rescue traditional trades. This way we can help to preserve our culture and ancestral customs. In this highly technologized world, we want to add value to artisanal trades...

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The B side of the plastics that pollute the ocean of Patagonia

In the surroundings of the Puelo River, in the commune of Cochamó, Pedro Rubio usually goes in search of plastics that pollute the coast of the Reloncaví Estuary. He collects bottles, fishing nets and ropes that arrive with the tide, and gives them an interesting use.

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