On a brisk fall morning last October, five surfers walked across private property in San Mateo County, California to surf the waves at Martin's Beach.
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Surfers have long memorialized fellow surfers by way of a paddle out. Sometimes flowers, lei's or ashes of the deceased are tossed into the circle. This campaign mimics those elements.
California is recognized nationally and internationally as a leader in environmental causes, but our legislators have been far too entangled with the petrochemical lobby to get the job done on banning plastic bags statewide.
On Saturday, weekend beach-goers and environmental activists joined hands along Miami Beach to take a stand against the U.S. dependence on oil and to ...
Tides are changing at Martin's Beach, and local surfers are fighting back.
Attorneys for the Surfrider Foundation filed a lawsuit yesterday agains...
WASHINGTON -- Across the country, cities and counties are instituting fees on plastic bags, or even banning them outright, in an effort to prevent pol...
The glamorous city of 13,000 is now leading the way in stopping toxic stormwater and chemical-laden urban runoff from destroying its glamorous coastline.
Tucked somewhere around the Jose Cuervo banana-eating contest, the three beneficiaries made their home. Each organization worked to educate the concert-goers about the work they're doing.
Known for his Zen-like flow both on land and in the water, Rob Machado is one of surfing's most recognizable figures and favorite ambassadors.
The latest science shows that plastics are really, really bad news. Hormone-disrupting chemicals were found to be leached from all kinds of plastics, including those labeled BPA-free.
Who: Something for the fashion-forward (and eco-conscious!) fellas.
What: Bloomingdale's at Santa Monica Place is hosting an evening of surfing style...
One way to do this outreach while simultaneously building a base for the future is to work toward engaging those face-to-face communities we're already part of.
Hands Across the Sand mobilized beachgoers in 860 different locations worldwide to make a bold, yet peaceful visual statement in protest of careless offshore drilling
A 45-year-old surfer, who lives near New Orleans, paints a clearer picture of what this disaster actually feels like for Louisiana residents and the local surf community.
On Saturday June 26th, people from around the world will join hands for 15 minutes at local beaches to say no to offshore oil drilling and yes to clean energy.
If you're familiar with the works of Robb Havassy, the odds are you are a surfer or a lover of surfer. That's because his art reflects his passion for the sport, and his love for the ocean.
The fact that President Obama asked us to make "tough decisions about offshore oil and gas" in his State of the Union should give us great pause.
Access to Trestles, one of North America's most celebrated waves, is under threat due to safety and environmental concerns.
Sometimes I have to remind myself that I really am living the dream. Aside from all of the "things" that I have and wonderful people in my life, above...
Feel like getting social while going green(er)? Launched earlier this summer is Greenopolis, a social networking site that functions like the others,...
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