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Surfing is fun. Unfortunately though, the risks are higher these days. Climate change is changing the ocean drastically that even its negative effects are affecting surfers. Here’s how climate change can increase the risks of surfing.
By now, we’re aware how the surfing industry can be a toxic business. Still, it’s never too late to start going green in your surfing lifestyle. Here are seven tips on how to lessen the impact of your surfing on the ocean.
It’s a sad fact that our society still depends on plastic despite its negative effects. Every minute, up to 10 million plastic bags are used all over the world. That’s a lot of plastic that will only end up in landfills or worse, into the ocean. Here are more reasons on why you should not use plastic bags and bottles.
Surfers know how important World Oceans Day is. It celebrates the central role of the oceans in our lives. We should all celebrate because it will raise awareness of how important the ocean is and encourage action to protect and conserve it. Here are some cool ideas that we surfers can do as a tribe to celebrate World Oceans Day.
When I first heard about The Great Pacific Garbage Patch (TGPGP) I imagined an island of trash floating aimlessly in some remote area of the Pacific—but as I found out, that image is flawed. 
The Ocean is Broken. It was the silence that made this voyage different from all of those before it. Not the absence of sound, exactly. The wind still whipped the sails and whistled

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