Your new pocket toolkit for saving the seas – make better choices for healthier oceans – every day.
Help to directly restore a kelp forest, get some ocean-positive gear, raise your voice in solidarity, discover the latest super-food, or watch an inspiring story about taking action. And then share your own actions with your friends on social – building a powerful movement for regenerating the health of our ocean planet. You might even win some ocean-positive prizes along the way!
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we’ve collaborated with a salty crew of ocean-lovers to restore and protect 1000 square feet of California’s critically endangered kelp forests – aka SeaTrees. Helping to “patch” this important marine ecosystem, directly impacted by climate change.
Let’s all take a deep breath in___
As we emerge from our first weekend of California’s stay-at-home order and others in our global community experience multiple weeks of self-quarantine – we wanted to express our condolences to everyone who’s family and friends have been affected by the pandemic, while sharing our plans to help you get inspired to keep on living an Ocean-Positive life.
Greg goes #oceanpositive and wipes out his carbon footprint by planting SeaTrees.
For the 8th year running, the Volcom Pipe Pro will be a certified Deep Blue Event. Supporting the North Shore community, using solar and bio-fuel to power the event, recycling with Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii, and wiping out the impact of the event by planting SeaTrees.
Check out the lastest article about SeaTrees on Surfer.com.
We launched the SeaTrees Project for the same vision: to make it incredibly easy to plant trees and sequester carbon dioxide.
SeaTrees is the first program of its kind, built specifically for ocean-lovers everywhere to help fund regeneration projects from mangrove forests in Indonesia to kelp forests in California.
Our latest initiative protects and restores coastal ecosystems. We have teamed up with famous artists like Andy Davis, so you can buy cool products that directly fund the development of blue carbon projects around the world.
Check out Surfline’s breakdown on materials that make ECOBOARDS