Protecting Oceans, Waves and Beaches since 1984
October 31, 2011
Topics: Victories Coastal development Waves Campaigns Activism Surfing
Splitting something that is wrong into thirds doesn't somehow make it less wrong.
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October 30, 2011
Come one come all. Leave you're boards behind.
October 25, 2011
Topics: Beach access Water Quality
Great animation from the SAS crew in the UK. We stand with them.
October 23, 2011
Topics: Events Chapters Plastics
Yes, there is a Surfrider chapter in Guadeloupe. They've been around since 2005.
October 21, 2011
Topics: Strategy Activism Culture Shifting DIY Activism Modern Activism
We tend to miss the value of innovations early on.
October 20, 2011
Topics: Joy Surfing
The surf mat. Check out this 11 minute video of simple, pnuematic fun.
October 18, 2011
Topics: Chapters Beaches Activism Modern Activism Surfing
I love seeing our mission spread around the world. The newest member is Surfrider Jamaica.
October 13, 2011
Topics: Activism Culture Shifting DIY Activism Plastics Surfing
Think global, inspire locals. Then get out of their way.
October 07, 2011
Topics: Beach access Victories Coastal development Waves Campaigns Water Quality Surfing
The TCA is playing games again. The current version is splitting up an illegal road into parts. Save Trestles.
October 05, 2011
Topics: Strategy Activism Culture Shifting Modern Activism
Quite a bit seems to be happening in the world, it's an extension of a shift that started a while ago and our coasts may benefit from it all.
Topics: Victories Events Artificial reefs Waves Surfing
There are organizations all over the world focused on wave preservation. We are all coming together in a few weeks to ratchet up our respective work.
October 03, 2011
Topics: Beach access Coastal development Music Campaigns Activism Surfing
Rasta and Transparentsea are sailing down the coast. First stop, Gaviota coast.
Ask your representatives in DC to oppose new offshore drilling in the Atlantic and Arctic oceans.
Send a letter to your Senator asking to ban plastic microbeads in California.
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