Since 2013, Volcom has partnered with ocean-health non-profit Sustainable Surf to make the Pipe Pro a Deep Blue Event – continually setting the bar for what it means to make a surf event sustainable.
Do you think surfers live a more sustainable lifestyle because they spend so much time in the ocean? Scripps Institution of Oceanography is conducting research on the behaviors of surfers vs. non-surfers. Please take the survey.
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.
Mick Fanning rides an ALL-ECOBOARD quiver from the world’s best shapers.
Check out Surfline’s breakdown on materials that make ECOBOARDS
We’re proud to say that we helped craft this legislation, which recognizes California’s role in leading the sport into new directions, including sustainability.
Sustainable Surf announces a partnership with United Airlines to help surfers fly the skies easier and greener.
Designed by Yvès Behar and built in San Francisco by MAFIA Bags. Our co-lab bag is made from upcycled sails, wetsuits, and climbing rope, and is perfect for the urban surfer who travels the globe. Proceeds support Sustainable Surf.
See what over 500 surfers from 35+ countries think about their role in protecting ocean health.
Read our Inertia article about the best rides to the beach. Including the new plug-in Mini Countryman that can carry your whole quiver of Channel Islands ECOBOARDS.