Confinement: a break for the planet ?
The global pandemic is devastating communities and non-essential businesses who can't operate during quarantine, but one unforeseen benefit of the Coronavirus is a noticeable drop in pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.
Monday 23 March 2020
Victory for Porto: suspension of Leixões harbour works
Wednesday 18 March 2020
Trumps irish wall rejected : a victory for coastal preservation
Tuesday 17 March 2020
European Green Deal: good first steps but more ambition expected
Friday 13 March 2020
The politic strength of lobbying within Surfrider Europe
Friday 21 February 2020
Chemical pollution of the ocean : the pesticide issue
Wednesday 19 February 2020
When the icecap is melting somewhere, ocean level rises somewhere else
Undertake a civilian service with Surfrider Europe
Inside #8 Filippa is undertaking her civilian service within Surfrider Europe’s Ocean initiatives ...
What should we expect for the end of the century if we do not take action ?
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“Bad cosmetics” : la campagne contre les microplastiques dans la cosmétique
The Surfrider Foundation Europe, with Ici Barbès, launches for Valentine's Day a national and Europ...
Protecting the ocean is child's play
Who said we can't protect the oceans and still have fun at the same time? Surfrider Europe has comp...
New year means new resolutions
Every year, January means new resolutions. What if 2020 was the year of going Zero Waste? Here are f...
At the origin of Ocean's Zero
Inside #7: Rémi Touja. Remi founded the Ocean's Zero application while working as an environmental ...