Our campaigns inspire action that result in conservation.
We partner with local communities and movements to mitigate and defeat immediate threats, or to preemptively protect surf ecosystems before they can be destroyed or altered.
We respond to these situations in a diverse number of ways. Using our experience and platform, we attempt to provide expert advice, strategies, and support for all inquiries.
We partner with local communities and movements to mitigate and defeat immediate threats before they can be destroyed or altered.
We respond to threats in a diverse number of ways, using our experience and platform to provide advice, strategy and support for all reports.
These are prioritized, international campaigns to defend waves from immediate threats.
Preventing Endangered Waves From Becoming Extinct.
Some of the world’s best surfing waves have vanished forever. Killer Dana, Petacalco, La Barre – these were considered some of the world’s best and yet they were destroyed.
Today, many other spots around the world are threatened by excessive coastal development (marinas, jetties, breakwaters, etc.) industrial pollution and runoff, and barred access to beaches.
Save The Waves stands by and supports localized campaigns that are led and organized by affected and passionate communities.
Latest Campaign news
Two Years Later: The Campaign to Protect Maldives’ Waves
This campaign started with Chickens and has grown into a movement to protect dozens of amazing surf ecosystems all across the Maldives.
Two Months Later: Update on the Oil Spill at Punta Conejo
How our partners are taking action to understand the spill and prevent future events.
Meet The Coalition: Uriel Camacho – The Campaign to Protect Punta Conejo
“I am very concerned about the threat of destruction of our Punta Conejo….we love this place with all our hearts.”
Save The Waves relies on the engagement and activism of people like you to alert us to surf ecosystem threats around the world.
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