After a few days of heavy equipment dumping rocks into the ocean, this world-class surf spot is gone. Sempra-Shell, defying an injunction that a Mexican judge had slapped on their LNG plant proposal...
Save The Waves and Peruvian surfers scored a resounding victory in early November 2004 when GREMCO developers agreed to scrap a marina proposal at La Herradura, a perfect left point break near the capitol city of Lima.
The Costa Rican government has dismissed the proposed tuna farm project off the shore of Golfo Dulce, Costa Rica. The project would have had a significant negative impact on the water quality and aquatic life around the famed left hand point break.
Save The Waves and the surfers of Madeira scored their first victory in 2001 when they successfully lobbied the government of Madeira to move a marina away from the right point known as Lugar de Baixo.