As surfers and ocean lovers, there are plenty of reasons to care about reducing carbon emissions in our daily lives (sea level rise, coral reef die-off…). Riding an #ecoboard is a great start to reducing that footprint, riding a Gold Level #ecoboardproject Sled is even better, AND driving to the beach in a #pluginhybrid (when your fav wave is too far to walk or ride your bike to) … that’s what we call living a #deepbluelife.
Like straws or single-use plastics, the current materials used in surfboard construction will have to go the way of the dodo. Which is why for Stab’s most recent Stab in the Dark, Mick Fanning rode 11 boards that met Sustainable Surf’s ECOBOARD standards.
Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Whisky today announced its partnership with Sustainable Surf, a California-based non-profit that protects and restores ocean health by shifting people to a highly desirable, low-carbon, ‘Deep Blue’ lifestyle. This is the first U.S. partner in… Read More
Watch Mick Fanning surfing Ecoboards from the best shapers in the world.
NEWS FLASH! ECOBOARDS are surfing the airwaves in SoCal, as KTLA 5 News follows our ambassador Rob Machado to explore what’s on his mind, and what’s under his feet…
Sustainable Surf ocean-health ambassador Ruben Lenten launches first Gold Level kiteboard ECOBOARD in partnership with Lieuwe.
Loyola Marymount University asked Mark Price to speak with an audience of students in a Los Angeles auditorium about sustainability in the surfboard industry, and a lot more – such as the future of fin design, the production steps to building a Firewire surfboard and what may be next for the WSL.