Surfline Primer on more sustainable surfboards


Check out Surfline’s breakdown on materials that make ECOBOARDS

What does climate change mean to you?

Rising Tide Summit FINAL March 2018

This Giving Tuesday, we are asking you to give a few minutes of your time to tell us what climate change means to you.

The Surfer’s Climate Change Survey

What does climate change mean to you? It may not feel like the apocalypse, but please take our survey to tell us your how you think the problem should be solved.

Results of the Deep Blue Survey


See what over 500 surfers from 35+ countries think about their role in protecting ocean health.

Bringing the Surf & Outdoor Industries Together!

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Stoked to have our co-founder Kevin Whilden be invited to speak about the positive impacts we create at a conference on sustainability in the outdoor industry, hosted by the Outdoor Industry Association and SIMA. Sharing the stage with… Read More

The Inertia: Killing board bag fees was just the beginning for United Airlines


Uhited’s commitment to aviation biofuels is impressive. We’re stoked to help tell that story.

Red Bull Heavy Water is a Deep Blue Event


Check out how the world’s heaviest SUP race lightens its footprint on the ocean.

A Call-to-Action to support Blue Carbon projects

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Sustainable Surf announces the launch of the SeaTrees initiative. SeaTrees is the platform for the global surfing community to go “carbon positive” and support innovative Blue Carbon projects around the world.

Getting airborne with your board just got friendlier!


Sustainable Surf announces a partnership with United Airlines to help surfers fly the skies easier and greener.

KTLA: Sustainability and surfing’s designation as the official sport of CA

Stoked to catch a few “Airwaves” over the weekend with Assemblyman Ian Calderon at the KTLA TV studios in Los Angeles. We discussed why we felt it was important for our organization to get officially involved to help shape and pass Bill AB1782, that designates surfing as the official state sport of California.