Lobitos is a perfect example of how a small village can benefit from, and depend on, the preservation of a world-class wave. The newest Surfonomics study reveals the significant economic contribution of surf tourism.
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Guarda do Embaú is home to a legendary wave that breaks at the Da Madre River mouth throughout the year.
This represents the seventh Surfonomics study by Save The Waves and will enable the Guarda WSR to determine the economic value of waves and surfing to their local community and, in turn, help decision makers understand the importance of coastal conservation policies.
On Oct. 27, 2014, Save The Waves staff presented the findings of the most recent Surfonomics study to the Governor
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.
Surfers are campaigning to preserve a world-class Mexican surf break by calculating its economic value. There’s a lush arroyo in
Economic valuation studies show the value of surf spots Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 3 December, 2014 – Surfonomics is the fashionable term for