Green Friday: what if we said stop over-consumption?
Black Friday, a commercial event coming from the United States, crossed the Atlantic a few years ago to become a key date in Europe. However, today it seems completely disconnected from the ecological challenges we face all over the world.
Monday 23 November 2020
Fake waves on the coast: story of a non-sense
Thursday 19 November 2020
Plastic pellets: new report out exposes alarming impacts across Europe
Thursday 12 November 2020
Small plastics, big pollution: the case of biomedia
Wednesday 11 November 2020
500 times more microplastics in our ocean than stars in our galaxy
Monday 26 October 2020
Plastic Origins: Artificial intelligence to stop pollution at its source
Wednesday 21 October 2020
Offshore Drilling : call on your MEPs!
Biodiversity in the city
In 2020, 80% of Europe's population live in urban areas. Cities today are vulnerable spaces where bi...
Victory in Saint Pierre and Miquelon: from citizen alert to engagement of local authorities for water sanitation
A journey in Saint Pierre and Miquelon. An exceptional environment for the numerous nautical activit...
Protecting paradise is all in a day's work
Inside #9 Jerry is the lead volunteer responsible for the Surfrider Europe Guadeloupe chapter. For h...
Ecological disaster in Kamchatka
Seals, octopuses, fish, starfish, sea urchins... Avacha Bay has been transformed into a veritable aq...
Marine Litter Watch: A Call For Data
The value of data collection is at the heart of Marine Litter Watch Month. To support the European E...
It all started with an education program
This is the seventh and last part of a series dedicated to celebrating three decades of Surfrider Fo...