Home Attack Represents The Latest Violent Act Between Local CELCO Proponents and Opponents.
Blog | Category: Archives
Save The Waves Coalition and Chilean surfer-activists celebrate the withdrawal of a proposed sewage pipeline in Chile’s Surf City.
Save The Waves has commissioned an economic study on the value of the surfing wave in Mundaka, Spain, to the local economy, through Oregon State University.
Nicaragua’s head of the Environmental Agency has informed Save The Waves that the break at Rancho Santana will not be harmed.
On June 11, 2007 a press conference was held where CELCO Arauco, a multinational pulp mill corporation, assumed responsibilities for the environmental disaster that caused the devastating killing of thousands of fish in the Mataquito River.
“Pulp, Poo & Perfection” is a short documentary that investigates two major issues threatening surfing and water quality in Chile: Pichilemu’s sewage pipeline and forestry industry pollution.
Representatives from Save The Waves Coalition and Surfbreak Protection Society met with Maori Party Leader Tariana Turia last Thursday, to discuss the marina proposal in Whangamata.
Our friend’s at Save Honolua Coalition need your help. The area around Honolua Bay, Maui is threatened by private and commercial development.
Representatives from Save the Waves Coalition returned from a diplomatic environmental mission to the Canary Islands, succeeding in an effort to protect and possibly enhance the islands surfing environment.