Twenty years ago, in 2003, Will Henry founded our organization to mount campaigns and build public support to protect surf breaks across Madeira.
Blog | Author: Lauren Parrino
The surf ecosystem of Puerto Escondido is facing threats on all fronts that are impacting the wave itself as well as the health of the coastal environment.
How our partners are taking action to understand the spill and prevent future events.
“I am very concerned about the threat of destruction of our Punta Conejo….we love this place with all our hearts.”
We’re looking back on our Top Ten Moments – across the globe, through local and global projects, we’re preserving surf ecosystems and protecting the places we love.
What does change look like at the ground level? As 2022 comes to a close, we look back at the progress of 3 individual World Surfing Reserves in different countries and in different stages of their work.
Thanks to the dedication of advocates like you, the Coalition has never been stronger. Wave by wave, mile by mile: we’re fulfilling our promise to protect 1,000 waves by 2030. Every effort and action counts – including yours.
Save The Waves attended the United Nations Ocean Conference in Lisbon, Portugal which brought together governments, NGO’s, and political leaders to discuss the current state of the oceans and work on solutions to the multiple crises we face.
For the third consecutive year, Cowell Beach is not included on Heal the Bay’s “Beach Bummer” list.