As 2023 comes to a close, we’re looking back at the wins and achievements of a few World Surfing Reserves and what their works means for surf ecosystem conservation.
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An inspiring message from members of our community and Coalition.
Visiones de éxito en Chile: los esfuerzos colaborativos apuntan a un futuro para una mayor protección de las olas en todo el país
El pasado mes de Septiembre, miembros del staff de Save The Waves visitaron la Reserva Mundial de Surf Punta de Lobos en Pichilemu, y el Santuario Marino Costero Piedra del Viento en Topocalma y Puertecillo, dos proyectos que han sido el parteaguas para la conservación de ecosistemas de surf en Chile, y que han sentado un precedente importante para otras regiones del mundo.
Win for Ericeira World Surfing Reserve: 15 hectares preserved for restoration and permanent protection
Years in the making, the Portuguese WSR makes a commitment to coastal restoration and water quality management.
The Coalition Summit held in Santa Cruz on June 7 through June 9 was a historic event for Save The
Guarda do Embau, the ninth World Surfing Reserve, has continued to work diligently towards the long-term protection of the most
The first World Surfing Reserve in the United Kingdom was dedicated in North Devon! As only one of twelve World Surfing Reserves designated across the globe, the inauguration sets into motion new and enthusiastic efforts to protect and preserve over 30 km of coastline.
From hosting youth engagement workshops at schools to attending high-level interregional governmental meetings and international conferences, our team has seriously been making waves in the Azores.
Hey there fellow wave savers! I am stoked to write to you with some updates from the Save The Waves App project, in the first installation of the Save The Waves App blog. Let’s dive in!