“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.
Leonardo DiCaprio donates $3 million to Oceana, the world’s largest international organization focused solely on ocean conservation.
Some of the more massive sharks caught on the controversial drum lines off WA’s coast have proven to be strong enough to free themselves from the baited hooks.
Surfers for Cetaceans is opposed to the shark culling program, that has been enacted by the West Australian government, in the name of making the beaches safer.
Those ways of making surfing more sustainable are closer than you think. In fact, some of them are here already. All were topics at the Groundswell Society’s 12th Annual Surfing Arts, Science and Issues Conference.
If more people surf and adopt an environment-friendly lifestyle, all environmental issues will be solved. Am I making an overstatement? I don’t think so.
On Monday, February 10, 2014 the litigious tussle for access to Martin’s Beach just ten minutes south of Half Moon Bay, California, took a distinctly positive political turn.
The Fisheries Department said recently that Western Australia’s shark cull policy is likely to have no effect on the environment and only a negligible effect on most species.
Well, Mr. Khosla, it’s not too late to decide to truly be a constructive member of the community. To this end, we are asking YOU to write a letter to Khosla asking him to live up to his credentials and meet with the community to discuss public access to Martin’s Beach.
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