Save The Waves is pleased to announce that Cowell Beach has dropped to number eight on Heal the Bay’s annual “Beach Bummer” list, after nine consecutive years as number one or two, and moving to number three in 2017.
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The four page appeal by Save The Waves outlines the myriad technical and procedural issues presented with Trump International Golf Links’ (TIGL) proposal and subsequent RFI documents.
Yesterday the Clare County Council announced their approval of the Trump International Golf Links (TIGL) proposal for two seawalls at Dougnmore Beach. The approved project would allow two seawalls (630 m & 260m) to be built on a public beach to provide ‘coastal erosion management’ for Trump’s private golf resort.
Last week, Save The Waves submitted a formal objection to the most recent 400+ page proposal document by Trump International Golf Links (TIGL), where they attempted to demonstrate the two seawalls would not disrupt the natural coastal dynamics at Doughmore Beach.
On Monday Nov 16. Save The Waves, Fundación Punta de Lobos and Patagonia officially dedicated as Punta de Lobos, Chile a World Surfing Reserve, announcing the next and 10th World Surfing Reserve at Noosa, Australia.
After years of hard work, Save The Waves, Fundación Punta de Lobos and Patagonia are happy to announce that we have raised all of the money necessary to purchase the first property at Punta de Lobos, protecting it forever.
“A 50 percent reduction is something we’re proud of and we stand by,” Cowell Beach Working Group facilitator Nik Strong-Cvetich said. “But obviously, there’s much more work to be done. We’re not content being number three. Our goal is to one day get off of the list.”
Progress at Lobos: Local Fundación Punta de Lobos installs bathrooms, controls parking and protects cactus.
Save The Waves just returned from a recent trip to Punta de Lobos, Chile where we visited the work being done by our partners at Fundación Punta de Lobos.
STW and CWG sees a 50% drop in the number of beach postings and the number of water quality samples