Two men on the northeast coast of Newfoundland saved a greenland shark from choking to death on a chunk of moose.
We at Aloha Surf Journal decided to get their thoughts on ocean pollution. We sat down with Adriano and asked him a few questions about his relationship, his experience, and the changes that are happening in the fight against marine pollution.
On Friday, the Save the Waves Film Fest went down in LA’s Majestic Crest Theater. Amazing movies were screened, margaritas were drank, money was raised and, and even more importantly, so was awareness. Here are a few photos from the night.
Call me old fashioned, but I still believe there’s a need for film festivals to bring a surf community together.
From time to time we look in the mirror and realize the products we use may be part of the problem.
Our founding fathers, who formed the idea of National Parks, understood that we must preserve what we love so it remains for generations to come. Preserving open spaces, National Parks, has been called America’s best idea ever. Now apply that mindset to our coastlines.
We are not some kind of special forces unit that will look out for your favorite coastal spot, beach access or make sure the water isn’t polluted when your child plays in it. We could be all of those things – if someone deems those issues important enough.
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