To celebrate Earth Day, and bring the outdoors to indoor audiences, the were releasing our international surf and environmental film festival online for free.
We at Save The Waves love surfing more than anyone, but now is the time to stay home. Around the world, countries are shutting down access to the beaches and surfing. While normally we’d be up in arms, we are supportive of these actions.
Save The Waves recently traveled to Morotai, Indonesia to meet with our local and global partners, including Conservation International, to help establish long-term coastal protection for the area.
After more than four years, the #NatureTrumpsWalls campaign has finally stopped the construction of a major sea wall from destroying Doughmore Beach.
Because we care about our Coalition, we are taking informed and cautionary steps to ensure the health of our staff and supporters in the face of COVID-19.
On Friday, February 21, Australia’s famous Noosa pointbreaks were officially dedicated as the 10th World Surfing Reserve.
The Gold Coast World Surfing Reserve will work with the City of Gold Coast Council and Queensland State Government to secure protection.
Article written and provided by our international Coalition partners at Fundación Rompientes Social organizations request the State of Chile to
Guarda do Embaú is home to a legendary wave that breaks at the Da Madre River mouth throughout the year.