We Are One Ocean
The WSL is calling on world leaders at the 2021 UN Convention on Biological Diversity to protect and conserve at least 30% of the global ocean by 2030. These films give the global ocean a voice through five people who are deeply connected to it.
WSL teamed up with WSL PURE grantee Hope Zones Foundation, led by WSL Big Wave surfer João Macedo, and SeaForester to advance
For the MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal, WSL teamed up with Hope Zones Foundation and SeaForester to build deployment structures to plant kelp on
For the #HurleyProSunsetBeach, we joined our partners Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii and Mananalu for a #WeAreOneOcean beach clean up and
For the Hurley Pro Sunset Beach, WSL teamed up with Haleʻiwa-based non-profit and WSL PURE grantee Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation to restore
For the Billabong Pro Pipeline, WSL teamed up with We Are One Ocean coalition partner North Shore Community Land Trust on a wetland
As surfers and ocean lovers, the ocean is more than just our favorite place to play. It is our arena, our office, and our inspiration. The
As surfers and ocean lovers, the ocean is more than just our favorite place to play. It is our arena, our office, and our inspiration.
For WSL Championship Tour surfer and Shiseido ambassador Lakey Peterson, her career has allowed her to interact with the ocean every single
For WSL Championship Tour surfer and Shiseido ambassador Kanoa Igarashi, the lifelong relationship with the global ocean runs deep.
For WSL Championship Tour surfer and Shiseido ambassador Sage Erickson, the ocean is her life's one constant.
For marine biologist Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, standing up for the ocean is a calling.
For surfer, chemist, and journalist Dr. Cliff Kapono, words and statistics fail to describe how much the ocean means to him.
For professional surfer Sophia Medina, her connection to the ocean began with her very first steps into its waters.
For Irish Marine Social Scientist and surfer Dr. Easkey Britton, the ocean is a part of her.
For pro surfer and non-profit founder Mikey February, the ocean impacts his hometown of Cape Town, South Africa in ways as diverse as the