Guess what… after so many pros were riding ECOBOARDS at Lowers during the 2016 Hurley Pro, Surfline ran this great feature exploring surfboard sustainability, who’s building ECOBOARDS and what materials they’re using. The important role of the ECOBOARD Project as an independent… Read More
Sustainable Surf’s Kevin Whilden talks Slater, ocean acidification, Gold Level ECOBOARDS and why it’s important to be kind to Mother Nature. Surfboards built with more sustainable materials work just as well as boards built from 1950s petrochemical technology. Based… Read More
Big news today folks! Check out our latest press release announcing the next level changes to the ECOBOARD Project. (September 6th, 2016) Non-profit Sustainable Surf announces the next evolution of the ECOBOARD Project, which is the first independent consumer-facing… Read More
Surfers are shedding their ‘whatever, dude’ attitude to tackle climate change and plastic pollution and to green up their sport.
Vans team rider Dane Gudauskas stops by Channel Islands Surfboard to help make an Ecoboard for Tom Curren. Then he heads over to Hawaii to learn and participate in some of the sustainable practices at the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing.
Surfing is a sport often described as spiritual — about as close as you can get to being in sync with Mother Nature — and now the industry is taking sustainability for a ride, CBS News’ Carter Evans… Read More
At Scripps Institute of Oceanography, more than seventy people gathered to learn why “The Future of Surfing Is Not Disposable.” Almost twenty speakers and panelists came together to share on topics including the fate of coral reefs in… Read More