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Representing Surf Breaks at the UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon, Portugal

Last month, Save The Waves Coalition attended the United Nations Ocean Conference in Lisbon, Portugal which brought together governments, NGO’s, and political leaders to discuss the current state of the oceans and work on solutions to the multiple crises we face. Save The Waves participated in high level discussions surrounding coastal protected areas, the importance

Learn how to report plastic pollution using your phone 

The impacts of plastic pollution  According to the United Nations “plastic waste makes up 80% of all marine pollution and around 8 to 10 million metric tons(about the same weight as 2 of the great pyramids in Egypt) of plastic end up in the ocean each year”. There are currently about 50-75 trillion pieces of

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Representing Surf Breaks at the UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon, Portugal

Last month, Save The Waves Coalition attended the United Nations Ocean Conference in Lisbon, Portugal which brought together governments, NGO’s, and political leaders to discuss the current state of the oceans and work on solutions to the multiple crises we face. Save The Waves participated in high level discussions surrounding coastal protected areas, the importance

North Devon announced as 12th World Surfing Reserve

Breaking News: North Devon has been selected at the 12th World Surfing Reserve! This international designation recognises the area’s outstanding quality surfing beaches, and brings together the local community to celebrate and protect their coastal heritage.

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Coalition for Cowell's

For the first time in 10 years, Cowell’s Beach was not included on Heal the Bay’s “Beach Bummer” list! This victory is a direct result of dedicated research and hard work by the Cowell’s Working Group led by Save The Waves and the City of Santa Cruz. 

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