April 29, 2011
Surfrider's goal is connecting people to the coastal conservation movement. We love it when we see that done well. The HB/SB chapter does it well with their annual Ohana event.
April 27, 2011
If there is one measurement of the depth, breadth and effectiveness of this organization it is our activist network. The best barometer of our activist network is ours chapters. This week it became 80 strong in the United States and we're stoked about that.
April 26, 2011
Surfrider is in the coastal environmental movement business thus success to us isn't a change in a stock price, it's growth in the movement. Since our goal is to engage people in coastal conservation it's important for us to understand how different tools work and how we can measure their…
April 22, 2011
People are surprised to find out that in some places you have to pay to walk onto a beach. They are further shocked to find out that in some places you can't even get to the beach (regardless of fee). If you value coastal access then join us and fight…
April 15, 2011
The BP spill in the Gulf is old news. It's moved from CNN to CSPAN and thus lost it's audience. Yet the locals are still dealing with the long-term affects of the spill.
April 14, 2011
Last year we watched the largest oil spill in history hit our coasts. This week the Japan meltdown has been pushed to Level 7 - Major accident. There isn't a level 8... and we don't have another planet to go to. So, what are we learning as we watch another…
April 12, 2011
We hear lots of talk about the role of technology in protests and pushing ideas forward. My view is that technology is one of the many tools used, that we never go backward and what's important is that we not "meet" the tools that exist today but "project" their path…
April 08, 2011
We throw plastics into the ocean. Fish eat those plastics and then we eat those fish. Anyone else not interested in eating plastic?