If you surf, you’ll have noticed all the crap washing up on the beach, most of it plastic. And if you’ve been surfing for a long time, you’ll have noted that it’s getting worse, much worse. Surfers are on the frontline of the plastic pollution problem. It is, fundamentally, our issue. At the heart of this crisis, is the ‘design-flaw’ of single use plastic. Cheap, disposable packaging that serves a brief purpose and then remains in the environment for several thousand years. So while the race is on to find and implement bio-degradable alternatives and ban single use plastics, the big question remains what to do with all the plastic currently in the environment? Not to mention all the new plastic that will be produced until single use plastics are banned and the alternatives become viable.

Ripple dissolve to AfrikaBurn. Amongst the doef-doef of bass and the whirl

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