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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. 
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Throughout this interview Darrik shares with us his vision about surfing and several related issues. He reveals the perspective of a surfer connected with the planet and with himself, which as he says, are a whole.
There’s a convergence factor that makes out of this territory a rich source of vanguardist ideas regarding surf and ecology. On one side, California is and has been the most liberal state in the country, and for this reason has been calling the attention of travelers from all over the world who found a place to let ideas and creations flow abundantly.
The American hemp industry sells $450 million a year of product from hemp-oil to Wave Tribe surf gear. Yet most of the raw material used to produce these products is still illegal to grow in the United States.
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People flush objects such as cotton swabs, tampons, condoms and razors without thinking about the consequences, sewage related debris or SRD have a huge impact on the water environment—throw that stuff in the trash, please.

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Over 150,000 tons of packaging are thrown out each day. That's 54,750,000 tones per year—for what?
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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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After some research we came across Nikwax water proofing solution, which is environmentally safe and tested it on our bags.
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This 10 minute video is the remarkable story of hemp. Filmed by The Environmentally Sustainable Alternative.
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25 million tons of e-waste and counting, poisoned workers and a public left holding the bill.
Why Surfers Should Use Less Plastic & Why I Don't Drive A Prius
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Wave Tribe team wants to introduce you to thisEco Rad List we’ve humbly put together, honoring more than two decades of ‘living green’. 1989–FIRST ever known use of the word ‘Eco-friendly’.