Author Archives: Jim Moriarty
By signing the Protect Our Waves petition, “I am calling on the government to debate the economic and intrinsic value of surfing waves and beaches, and produce specific legislation to protect these unique, finite assets for this and future generations.”
In a few words, this is the gathering of the wave protection tribe.
Young and Rubicam Paris have worked with Surfrider Europe for ten years and created some of the best advertisements I’ve ever seen, in any sector. Here’s five of my absolute favorites.
When we were kids we’d build a sand castle and watch the next wave take it away. As adults we are making sandcastles on a grander scale
I caught up with our friends in Jamaica who are in the process of forming Surfrider Jamaica. I asked Carlette Falloon, one of the on-island locals, to fill us in on what is happening there.
I saw a board that captured the attention of, literally, everyone who saw it. It was a Paulownia-encased Firewire. I thought I’d reach out to Firewire’s CEO Mark Price and have him explain this innovation via a quick interview.
Five questions with Ryan Tatar, a surfer who captures the essence of surfing very, very well.
I wanted a super strong board with a notably lower environmental footprint from a shaper of my choice… and that is what I got.
There is something that happens when we leave the land and enter the ocean. It’s unexpected; the environment feels strangely welcoming. The ocean almost feels like…home.
The video above recounts Surfrider’s activity in 2012 and charts out the year ahead. Enjoy!
- Take Action: Protect Our Waves Petition
- TCA Responds: Toll Roads and Save Trestles
- 11 Radical Observations from Lollapalooza Brazil
- New Beach Access App Shakes Up Malibu
- Help Secure Trestles on the National Register of Historic Places…Or Else
- The End of The Road: Massive Teahupoo
- Portfolio: Robert Siliato
- Art In Japan: Help Me Get There
- Micro-Particle Allows You to Live Without Breathing
- 5 Tips: A (Very) Amateur Guide to Spearfishing