Author Archives: Serge Dedina
From climate change to sand replenishment to preserving surf spots, here are the top seven coastal issues we need to address in 2013.
Thanks to all of our donors, members, staff and partners and our friends at SIMA, 2012 was a groundbreaking year for conservation and WiLDCOAST.
An interview by WiLDCOAST’s Serge Dedina with Garth Murphy, a California icon who played a key role in protecting some ecological features that provide the foundation for some of our very best waves.
Surfers love their gas guzzling, bro-dude monster surf mobiles. There are some creative and innovative ways to save fuel, the planet and money when driving to the beach for a surf.
One of the most important things we can do as we see the impact of globalization on the state of our oceans is to communicate the solutions to our problems as broadly as possible.
If Peter Douglas hadn’t dreamed of a coastline in California that belonged to us all, there might not be a San Mateo Creek or surf at Trestles.
As someone who grew up listening to stories of what had happened to my family in Nazi Germany, witnessing a racist shooting was my worst nightmare come true. But as a young surfer in the late 1970s and early 1980s in San Diego County, I witnessed similar behavior all the time.
For the past eleven years, Dovi Kacev has carried out research on shark ecology and conservation which has allowed him to study sharks in the wild. Turns out, they’re pretty important.
Paloma Aguirre, who works with me at WiLDCOAST, is working to clean up what is arguably the most polluted stretch of coastline in Southern California.
WiLDCOAST’s Serge Dedina sits down with big wave legend Greg Long to talk about pushing the limits, training, and ultimately, his goals.
- 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
- Fergal Smith and the Art of the Haiku
- How Surfing Made Me a Better Mom
- Photo of the Week: 5.13.2013