Ali Shrode Writer/Surfer
Drone captures impressive dolphin stampede off the Southern California coast. “I get so nervous every flight over the water now, my hands start to shake” said Dave Anderson of Capt. Dave’s Dolphin and Whale Safari.
“I’m excited about this partnership…it’s going to be a really fun initiative and I don’t think we can truly anticipate the impact it will have,” said Jon Rose, founder of Waves for Water.
“I’m the only woman that does the kind of surfing that I do, but it can be kinda lonely when you’re the only one,” Keala Kennelly poignantly said at TEDxMalibu.
After the Pipe Masters, Sebastian Zietz headed to Hawaii and Tahiti to start preparing for the upcoming season.
“The variety of each of these breaks and the culture of the local communities makes this a very special thing to be a part of” said Peter Mel.
Despite heavy rains, Hawaiians prove, for the millionth time, that they live in the happiest state in the country.
Shareholders, famers, and food experts met at Monsanto’s Annual General Meeting to push forward a resolution urging Monsanto to provide greater transparency on GMO products.
The 2013 Shark Attack File stated that there was fifty-three authenticated unprovoked shark attacks in the United States, which includes two fatalities in Hawaii.
Despite the negative media attention, fishermen in Japan continue to insist that the slaughtering of dolphins is a “tradition” that they are willing to fight for.
In 2013, surfers had to pull together and fight hard to save Trestles. Less than two weeks into 2014 and they already have to do it again.
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