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Rhea Cortado is Writing a New Surf History

21/09/2020 escape

Rhea Cortado is Writing a New Surf History

Too many surfing is a modern revelation created by a group of white men during the the 20th-century, a story forged by generations of mass media narratives. However, this isn't an honest portrayal of the sport. The role of women was almost erased, but surfer and journalist Rhea Cortado is helping to change that perception.
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Bike Through a Volcanic, Post-Soviet Military Zone

09/09/2020 Escape travel

Bike Through a Volcanic, Post-Soviet Military Zone

"Kamchatka makes you feel like an explorer," says Tobias Woggon when contemplating the Russian peninsula often labeled one of the least populated and remote corners of Earth. A landscape carved by active volcanoes, thermal springs, and geysers—it has only recently opened up to the world after 50 years of Soviet military zone restrictions. Delve into one of the wonders of Nordic Cycle.
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Meryem El Gardoum is Signaling A New Era for Female Arab Surfers

04/09/2020 Escape

Meryem El Gardoum is Signaling a New Era for Female Arab Surfers

“As a Muslim, if you are a true Muslim, you have to do things with your heart,” Meryem El Gardoum said at the 2017 Agadir Open. She took the title for the women’s division, which was held for the first time that year. Now a four-time champion, Lauren L. Hill introduces the woman taking Arab female surfing to exhilarating new heights.
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The Charismatic Seas of Naples

18/08/2020 Escape

The Charismatic Seas of Naples

To understand sailing the Gulf of Naples, you must understand the city of Naples itself, with all its illustrious culture, family sentiment, organized chaos, unique, and beautiful magnetism. Ross Beane and Dayyan Armstrong of Sailing Collective steer a visual journey into the landscape and lifestyles of Procida and Capri.
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The Atlantic Forest: People vs. Politics

17/08/2020 Escape visual culture

The Atlantic Forest: People vs. Politics

Once a thriving forest spread across 2,000 miles of Brazilian coastline, The Atlantic Forest is the most abundant biodiverse land in the nation, but also the forest most in peril. Farming and logging are soaring at an alarming rate while politicians fail to pay these actions the attention it’s due. Social commentator Renato Stockler has been documenting local communities resisting deforestation, but fears it may already be too late for the forest.
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How Climbing Culture Helped Rebuild An Island

06/08/2020 Escape travel

How Climbing Culture Helped Rebuild An Island

With a history of mining, tiny Makatea in French Polynesia hopes to use climbing and other forms of ecotourism to grow and rebuild its community with a sustainable focus. Once a population on the brink of extinction, Julie Ellison explores how a tiny, former mining island in the South Pacific Ocean carved a new culture from its rocky forms.
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