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An Eco-Friendly 'Survivor'

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“What we’ve done in every location is cleared as much as 70 or 80 metric tons of trash from every beach. Our policy is very pro-environmental. We photograph when we begin and photograph when we finish and we leave every place better than when we arrived. Tourism is a sustainable and renewable industry, and we’ve had a huge impact on these places. Before Survivor, people didn’t think of going to Samoa or Gabon or Marquesas.”

–Producer Mark Brunett in an interview with MNN talking about the greening efforts of the popular reality television program.

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