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Turning ocean plastic into sneakers

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This Is Uncomfortable

For Guster’s Adam Gardner, sustainable logging is part of the music

David Brancaccio Jan 15, 2016
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When it comes to buying foods, many consumers have gotten used to asking themselves, where does this come from, is it organic, is it local? When buying clothing, how was this made, by whom, and under what conditions? But what about the wood we buy?

Adam Gardner, member of the band Guster, and co-founder of Reverb, an organization that helps make concert tours greener, joins Marketplace Morning Report host David Brancaccio to discuss illegal logging, guitars, and how to buy sustainably. 

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