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  • Voices for the Ocean

    Join Belinda Baggs, Liz Clark and Moona Whyte in Sumbawa and discover how their passion for surfing cultivated a deep connection with the ocean and a dedication to activism. The climate crisis affects us all; and for some of us, the ocean is where we find our voice.

Voices for the Ocean
We protect what we love.
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The Fight For The Bight
While Australia burns, its government is greenlighting oil drilling in the unspoiled Great Australian Bight. But surfers and coastal communities are saying no—and uniting to keep Big Oil out.
While Australia burns, its government is greenlighting oil drilling in the unspoiled Great Australian Bight. But surfers and coastal communities are saying no—and uniting to keep Big Oil out.
Sean Doherty
10 min Read
A Conversation with Surfboard Designer Fletcher Chouinard
At Fletcher Chouinard Designs, the focus is on durable, high-performing equipment that lets you have fun no matter what the ocean is doing. There are never enough hours in a day for Fletcher Chouinard. As a surfer, shaper, kiteboarder and new father, he was really doing the dance. Then along came foilboarding, which has made…
At Fletcher Chouinard Designs, the focus is on durable, high-performing equipment that lets you have fun no matter what the ocean is doing. There are never enough hours in a day for Fletcher Chouinard. As a surfer, shaper, kiteboarder and new father, he was really doing the dance. Then along came foilboarding, which has made…
Sean Doherty
5 min Read
Kimi Werner, Léa Brassy and Liz Clark: Sea Sisters
The Best Times Are About Friends, Not Perfection It had been four years since Liz Clark, Léa Brassy and I first spent time together, on a sailing trip through the Tuamotus. We knew we’d found something special from the moment we met, and we’ve stayed in touch ever since. We’re all very individual women and…
The Best Times Are About Friends, Not Perfection It had been four years since Liz Clark, Léa Brassy and I first spent time together, on a sailing trip through the Tuamotus. We knew we’d found something special from the moment we met, and we’ve stayed in touch ever since. We’re all very individual women and…
Kimi Werner
4 min Read
An Englishman Surfs in Euskadi
It was November 1991. I was with two friends and we were at the beginning of a three-month surf trip around the coasts of Spain and Portugal. Mundaka was our starting point. We all agreed that we would be happy just to get something better than the cold, windblown beach breaks we had left behind…
It was November 1991. I was with two friends and we were at the beginning of a three-month surf trip around the coasts of Spain and Portugal. Mundaka was our starting point. We all agreed that we would be happy just to get something better than the cold, windblown beach breaks we had left behind…
Tony Butt
12 min Read
Tales From The Third Ledge
Six years ago, when that famous wave broke on the Third Ledge at Cloudbreak—tearing down reef, tearing through time, majestically unridden, surfers scrambling for their lives—there was one question left hanging in the air like sea mist. As the last wave washed through the lagoon and slunk back into the ocean, the water still hissing,…
Six years ago, when that famous wave broke on the Third Ledge at Cloudbreak—tearing down reef, tearing through time, majestically unridden, surfers scrambling for their lives—there was one question left hanging in the air like sea mist. As the last wave washed through the lagoon and slunk back into the ocean, the water still hissing,…
Sean Doherty
8 min Read
Paddling with a Purpose: A Day with the Epilepsy Foundation of Greater LA
Last year I decided to truly dig in to my effort to raise awareness about epilepsy, a disease that affects 1 out of every 26 people in the United States, by using my social media and long-distance paddling skills. I worked hard to prepare for a 17-mile paddle, reached out to the Epilepsy Foundation of…
Last year I decided to truly dig in to my effort to raise awareness about epilepsy, a disease that affects 1 out of every 26 people in the United States, by using my social media and long-distance paddling skills. I worked hard to prepare for a 17-mile paddle, reached out to the Epilepsy Foundation of…
Jared Muscat
6 min Read
The Paradox of Schrödinger’s Peak
It was about an hour before dark. The spot had been a lot easier to find than I thought—five minutes from the main road and within easy viewing distance from a cliff. A few weeks earlier a friend had told me he had seen “something breaking” along this stretch of coast. This must be it,…
It was about an hour before dark. The spot had been a lot easier to find than I thought—five minutes from the main road and within easy viewing distance from a cliff. A few weeks earlier a friend had told me he had seen “something breaking” along this stretch of coast. This must be it,…
Tony Butt
9 min Read
  • Bureo Is Net Positive

    By turning used fishing nets into hat brims, we’re helping keep over 35 tons of harmful waste out of the ocean this year.

    In our modern climate, innovative solutions to plastic pollution are vital. Discarded fishing nets make up one of the most harmful forms of plastic in our oceans; which is why we’ve supported the development of Bureo’s NetPlus™ –an initiative that's repurposing 71,000 pounds of waste this year alone–for the past five years.
    Jürgen Westermeyer

Surf Ambassadors

Greg Long

Surfer, Activist, Teacher

Global Sport Activist
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Dave Rastovich

Surfer, Activist, Conservationist

Global Sport Activist
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Belinda Baggs

Surfer, Mother, Activist

Global Sport Activist
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Gerry Lopez

There are few images as iconic as Gerry calmly slotted on a perfect, eight-foot day at Pipeline. After redefining the art of tube riding on the North Shore of O’ahu, his focus turned to Indonesia, where he pioneered legendary spots like Uluwatu and G-Land. Now based in Oregon, he surfs, writes, shapes, and shreds powder days near his home in Bend.

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Ian Walsh

Mentor, Activist, Big Wave Surfer

Global Sport Activist
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Kimi Werner

Kimi grew up in tropical surroundings on Maui, where her father was a dedicated freediver. With a craving for the simple life, Kimi followed in her dad’s footsteps, winning a U.S. National Spearfishing Championship in 2008. She’s also an artist and accomplished chef. “The moment I took up freediving and spearfishing again,” she says, “I reconnected to the happiness of my childhood.”

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Ramón Navarro

Surfer, Father, Activist

Global Sport Activist
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  • Protect Your Peaks

    Our waves are in a battle against greed-driven entities that care more for their bank accounts than the paddle out. The Protect Your Peaks campaign connects surfers with local environmental groups and movements. Good things happen when communities get together to defend what they love.

    Jarrah Lynch
  • Patagonia Action Works

    It’s the Same Ocean for All of Us

    Patagonia Action Works connects you to causes nearby. Find events, sign petitions and join the fight against big oil, unchecked development, pollution and more.

    Unblemished beauty is a rare, extraordinary thing. Let’s keep it intact.
    Alfredo Escobar
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