See what we accomplished in 2013, and what’s in store for 2014.
Our conference at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography was huge success. Get the story and video here.
See the online version of our museum exhibit, “What’s In Your Board?”. This exhibit was developed in partnership with the Surfing Heritage and Cultural Center.
The ECOBOARD Project helps shapers make high-performance eco-friendly surfboards from cutting-edge sustainable materials. It has been endorsed by the Surfing Industry Manufacturers Association.
Waste to Waves is an award winning program to recycle waste styrofoam into your next surfboard. Keep waste foam out of the landfill, oceans, and beaches. Recycle it using Waste to Waves.
Sustainable Surf helps major surf contests reduce their impact with a comprehensive approach to reducing waste, using renewable energy, and supporting local communities.
The conference was a huge success. Over 100 people came to listen to our all-star cast of speakers and scientists.
Thursday January 30th, at the Surfing Heritage and Culture Center in San Clemente.
The Huffington Post released this article on Waste to Waves: “Waste To Waves Recycling Program Gives Foam A Second, Ocean-Friendlier Life”.