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Fish House

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Elegance and sustainability make friends at a seaside home in Singapore.

The work of Singapore-based Guz Architects, who specialize in the design of tropical, eco-friendly buildings and homes, is informed by the firm's earth-focused philosophy. Fish House, designed last year for a seaside location in Singapore, is a nice expression of the company mission. With a fluid structure that creates plenty of open space, encouraging natural ventilation and offering views......read more

Tree Cutting = Fewer Fish

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Deforestation can cause a diminished fish supply

We know that the loss of forests isn’t just a problem for the creatures that call woodlands home — it’s also a major contributor to global warming. And it doesn’t stop there: deforestation, a new study finds, may also be causing fish to starve. Destroy one thing, and it can have all sorts of unforeseen consequences. The environment is just crazy like......read more

The Fisherman's Son: The Spirit of Ramon Navarro

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Directed by Chris Malloy, Presented by Patagonia

Born and raised at Punta de Lobos, Ramón Navarro found his passion riding the biggest waves on the planet. But his accomplishments in giant surf are just one part of a bigger vision to protect the culture and environment of the Chilean coast. Punta de Lobos por siempre: Protect the Point Forever Take Action and Donate at: lobosporsiempre.org/ ...read more

Bureo Skateboards: Nets to Decks

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Sustainable startup makes skateboards from old fishing nets

Bureo, the recycled skateboard startup that recently landed an investment from Patagonia, has shared this short clip, "Nets to Decks," outlining their approach to sustainable manufacturing. The company designs and makes skateboards in Chile through an initiative they launched called "Net Positiva" -- Chile's first-ever nationwide fishnet collection and recycling program. The system provides......read more

How California Is Winning The Drought

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By Charles Fishman for The New York Times

FOR California, there hasn’t ever been a summer quite like the summer of 2015. The state and its 39 million residents are about to enter the fifth year of a drought. It has been the driest four-year period in California history — and the hottest, too. Yet by almost every measure except precipitation, California is doing fine. Not just fine: California is doing fabulously. In 2014,......read more

When Humans Declared War on Fish

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By Paul Greenberg and Boris Worm

ON Friday we humans observed V-E Day, the end to one part of a global catastrophe that cost the planet at least 60 million lives. But if we were fish, we would have marked the day differently — as the beginning of a campaign of violence against our taxonomic classes, one that has resulted in trillions of casualties. Oddly, the war itself was a great reprieve for many marine species. Just......read more

Bureo Skateboards Lands Investment from Patagonia

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Recycled skateboard startup produces shred sticks from discarded fishing net

Lauren Daley for the Huffington Post: What if you could not only clean the ocean, but turn the pollution you collect into something people want? That's the basic idea behind Bureo Skateboards. They also compensate the fishermen for the fishing net. With the motto "Skateboards for plastic-free oceans," and the slogan "Ride your Footprint," Bureo aims to reduce the amount of sea pollution by......read more

Oslo Backpack by Ecoalf

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Padded, everyday backpack crafted from recycled fishing nets $140.50

Travelers in need of a practical carryall, say hello to your new backpack. Ecoalf, the Spanish sustainable fashion brand, delivers the goods with the Oslo, a hard-wearing backpack manufactured from 100 percent polyester derived from discarded fishing nets. The result is a durable fabric that makes the perfect material for bags. With a padded central compartment for your laptop (or a six-pack),......read more

French Photographer's Intimate Photos in a Fisherman Hut in the Country

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Maud Chalard captures private scenes with her sister

When I hear the word 'voyeur' from now on, this is the scenario that will come to mind: beautiful French sisters in a fishing hut in the French countryside. Here, we have an intimate glimpse into the world of Maud Chalard, who took her sister to a French fishing hut in the country and photographed her and herself for the day.     She says: “I am deeply in love with my sister. I......read more

Arbor Fish Cork Carver Longboard

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Say hello to the ultimate cruiser/carver -- made in the USA from sustainable hardwood and cork $170.00

This smooth-riding longboard from our friends at Arbor Collective in Venice Beach is designed with an extended wheelbase and a timeless teardrop shape. Designed by local surfboard shaper and artist Randy Noborikawa, the Fish Cork Carver has a soft, comfortable flex allows it to excel as both a cruiser and carver. The design combines six plies of sustainably-sourced hard rock maple with a Hawaiian......read more

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