Cowell’s Beach once again finds itself on Heal the Bay’s ‘Beach Bummer’ list, but experts in the Cowell’s Working Group have noted a long-term reduction in overall exceedances of state water quality standards and concentrations of bacteria.
Blog | Month: June 2019
Punta Conejo, a renowned surf break along the coastline of Southern Oaxaca, could be destroyed by the construction of a new industrial port project. The Mexican Federal Government has announced the “Development Plan for the Isthmus of Tehuantepec”, which includes the development of a new industrial port in Salina Cruz, Oaxaca.
Save The Waves has hired a new Conservation Programs Manager! Trent Hodges joins the staff as a familiar face from previous days as a WSR Fellow in Baja. With years of conservation experience, we’re happy to see Trent in a new role where he will undoubtedly promote positive impact for our coastlines. Read his bio here.
In June of 2019, Save The Waves’ Executive Director, Nik Strong-Cvetich, was named as one of Mulago’s Henry Arnhold Fellows, a group of “standout leaders focused on scalable solutions in conservation and climate.”
A petition containing over 104,000 signatures opposing the construction of a sea wall by USA President Donald Trump at his golf course in Ireland is to be presented to him when he arrives on Wednesday, June 5th.