At Save The Waves, we strive to do more than react to immediate threats to surf breaks: we work hard to proactively conserve surf ecosystems and create surf protected areas.
Blog | Author: Lauren Parrino
Written by Laura Zumbado. For me, conservation is a lifeline. Protecting these ecosystems is vital to enjoy the wellbeing they bring to us.
The campaign to protect the surf ecosystem known as “The Farm” in Killalea from a development project has been won! This victory is thanks to the incredible efforts of the local community in Shellharbour Beach, Surfrider Foundation Australia, National Surfing Reserves Australia, the Save Killalea Alliance and an outpouring of support from the international surf community.
Five islands, six events, twenty-five films and one goal: protect surf breaks in the Azores. João de Macedo recaps recents travels with Save The Waves.
We are proud reveal our top ten moments of 2021! These milestones are victories for our Coalition and coastal communities across the globe.
Like the year before it, 2021 has not been easy for any of us. The pandemic, climate issues, racial injustice,
Save The Waves was founded defending an endangered wave. To this day, our campaigns are a central pillar to our organization.
As ocean lovers and surfers there is no bigger threat to our sport, our economies and our ecosystems than climate change. Every conservation organization must become a climate organization. We simply don’t have time to wait.
With every iconic surf break, there’s history and community. By protecting these waves, we’re protecting everything they stand for.