This ambitious goal aligns with the larger collective conservation goal of protecting 30% of marine resources by 2030.
The World Surfing Reserve and the local community now have new public access to one of the most visited beaches and waves of the reserve.
Save The Waves, Pronatura Noroeste and local community closer to achieving the first protected State Park in Baja California
After years of consideration by government agencies and edits to technical documents, the campaign to protect San Miguel is closer to victory.
World Surfing Reserves is our flagship program dedicated to protecting outstanding surf breaks. Application window is open April 8 – October 15, 2021.
Join Save The Waves on May 13th, 4PM PST for an event that celebrates, inspires and raises funds for surf ecosystems. We’re bringing together our Coalition as we share stories from partners and friends in every corner of the globe. REGISTRATION IS FREE.
Lobitos is a perfect example of how a small village can benefit from, and depend on, the preservation of a world-class wave. The newest Surfonomics study reveals the significant economic contribution of surf tourism.
Written by Tony Butt | Chickens is a lefthander that breaks off a small island called Kuda Villigili in the northeast of the North Malé Atoll. If it isn’t saved, it will go down in history as an unfortunate case that could have so easily been avoided.
Surf ecosystems across the Maldives are being destroyed by rapid coastal development. Save The Waves and local partners launch a campaign to change that.
Each action item only takes a few minutes! But the impact for the protection of our global coastlines is lasting.