The Sanctuary encourages the protection of over 10,000 acres located on the central coast of Chile, including Topocalma and Puertocillo.
Blog | Category: Protected Areas
On Friday, February 21, Australia’s famous Noosa pointbreaks were officially dedicated as the 10th World Surfing Reserve.
The Gold Coast World Surfing Reserve will work with the City of Gold Coast Council and Queensland State Government to secure protection.
Article written and provided by our international Coalition partners at Fundación Rompientes Social organizations request the State of Chile to
Save The Waves traveled to Lima, Peru to attend the III IUCN Latin America Protected Areas Conference with several of our coalition partners.
To expand Surf Protected Area Networks, Save The Waves and the Bahia de Todos Santos World Surfing Reserve are taking new strides to asses, monitor and, ultimately, protect surf ecosystems in Mexico. Using a nationwide surf inventory, Save The Waves will be able to identify and prioritize high-value Mexican surf breaks.
Save The Waves visited the World Surfing Reserve in Huanchaco, Peru in a delegation that explored the place, waves and ancient culture, while strategizing the World Surfing Reserve’s next steps, progress and needs. Written by Carlos Antonio Ferrer.
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.