For the third straight year, the Volcom Pipe Pro has become a Deep Blue Surfing Event. To celebrate, they produced a series of videos highlighting the key partners who make it happen.
Take Part features Sustainable Surf and our ambassadors Greg Long and Alex Gray. Surfing is now seen as one of the leading ways to help society get stoked on solving major problems like climate change, sea level rise, and ocean acidification.
Take Part has featured Greg Long and his leadership on a new wave of professional surfers embracing sustainability in their sport and in their lifestyles.
Our ambassador Greg Long and Clif Bar just released this video which highlights Greg’s mindful approach to the sport and protection of the ocean. We are incredibly stoked to have Greg on our team!
Now that it’s finally available on the web, check out Surfer Mag’s print feature story from last Fall: The Green Wave. It details the rise of more sustainably manufactured surfboards, and the role our Ecoboard Project program has… Read More
The microbes have been busy “munching” up the organic food waste from the Vans Triple Crown into compost for growing more veggies on Oahu’s North Shore – and we’ve been busy “crunching” the numbers to evaluate the performance… Read More
The 2014 Surfer Poll has recognized our efforts to transform surf culture to protect the ocean playground.
Check out the video with Dane Gudauskas as he explores the sustainability aspects of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing. You can also see the final sustainability report and read about the sustainability initiatives at the Vans Triple… Read More
We are honored to be this year’s winner of the Agent of Change award from the 44th Annual Surfer Poll awards. This is like the Oscars of surfing, with long hair and good vibes on Oahu’s sunny North… Read More
The 2014 Vans Triple Crown of Surfing is once again a Deep Blue Surfing Event. Vans and the contest organizers are making the VTCS an “ocean-friendly” event by systematically reducing the environmental and social impacts of running a… Read More