The surf ecosystem of Teahupo’o must be protected. Save The Waves stands with the local community members of Teahupo’o and
Blog | Category: Endangered Waves
The battle to protect Katoku continues on as local surfers and residents demand alternatives to the proposed seawall. Unfortunately, preparations
By Gino Passalacqua | Oil spills can take months to years to clean up, and the impacts will continue to be noticeable along the Peruvian coast for a long time. For these reasons, it is important to collect data through citizens’ participation to understand the magnitude of the spill.
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.
Save The Waves was founded defending an endangered wave. To this day, our campaigns are a central pillar to our organization.
Save The Waves Coalitionとその国際的なパートナーは、日本全土で数少ない手つかずで原生的な自然の姿を残す嘉徳浜（鹿児島県大島郡瀬戸内町、奄美大島南部）において、砂浜、そして波を破壊する護岸計画から守るため、結束し活動します
We’re proud to present “The Plastic Wave” – a seven-foot wave sculpture created by Ethan Estess out of 1,000 plastic phone cases made with our partners at Pela Case.
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.