ECOBOARD Project is launched

The ECOBOARD Project launch party was a huge success. The energy in the room was electric. We raised over $15k to help fund our efforts to create a tool for promoting sustainable surfboards made by the industry’s top… Read More


That’s a wrap folks. The launch party was a huge success. Read all about it and see the photos here.   Could your next surfboard help Save Your Waves?… Should surfers care about Sustainability?… Can surfing become the… Read More

FIREWIRE scores another 1st… with the new ECOBOARD Project

Sustainable Surf is “certifiably” stoked to announce that FIREWIRE has become the 1st global surfboard brand to offer a major “green chemistry update” to some of their most popular board models, which have been built to meet our… Read More

LOST stoked on Performance…

Matt Biolos at LOST Surfboards has always been on the cutting edge of performance surfboard technology, and he’ll be the first to tell anyone that for him – just using a material because it’s chemistry is “greener” wont… Read More

Shaping with Tyler Warren

One of the hottest young shapers in Tyler Warren. Here’s Tyler shaping an 8’0 Hull Egg out of Marko EPS foam. Tyler shapes out the Hobie Surf Shop in Dana Point, and you can sometimes see customers standing… Read More

Glassing with bio-resin, E-Tech and Lost surfboards

Matt Biolos of Lost Surfboards shaped some Ecoboards for us out of Marko EPS foam. We are STOKED. Matt’s also very curious how the Entropy Super Sap resin works. To get these boards glassed, we spent a morning… Read More

ECOBOARD @ Waterman’s Ball

Sustainable Surf is committed to helping out our fellow environmental non-profiters this weekend at the 23rd Annual Waterman’s Ball, by collaborating with legendary San Clemente  shaper Timmy Patterson and our pals over at E-Tech/GreenHouse Glassing up in LA,… Read More

Volcom Fiji Pro 2012 – Evaluation Report

Overview of the Deep Blue Surfing Event Program A Deep Blue Surfing Event™ is a more “Ocean Friendly” event, that helps to reduce direct threats to the sport of surfing from global climate change (such as sea level… Read More

Our 99 Percent meets 1% for the Planet

Here at nonprofit Sustainable Surf, we really give it our all – or at least 99% of it – working to help bring about a more sustainable future for the culture and sport of surfing. Which is why… Read More

Surfrider CEO – details his journey to get a “better” surfboard – NOW!

The Surfrider Foundation CEO, Jim Moriarty, has just completed a 3-part blog series about the personal journey he took to get his own “better” surfboard made – from a recycled Marko EPS foam blank, glassed with Entropy Resins… Read More