Save The Waves has a simple mission: protect 1,000 surf ecosystems around the globe by 2030. This means flourishing coastal economies, natural habitats, rideable waves and treasured surf cultures.
The Environmental Center of San Diego serves as a protector of the beautiful natural resources of the San Diego area.
Greater Farallones Association continues its legacy of protecting coastland throughout Maryland and Virginia through water quality monitoring, advocacy and education.
ACT continues its legacy of protecting coastland throughout Maryland and Virginia through water quality monitoring, advocacy and education.
Upwell Turtles fights to protect sea turtles in the open ocean all over the world. Based in Monterey, California, Upwell collects and mobilizes data from tags and trackers to help predict sea turtle locations in almost real time. Sea turtles face so many threats – everything from plastic pollution to ship strikes.
We are proud to bring you the Monterey Bay Fisheries Trust as our Project Ocean episode 1!
O’Neill Sea Odyssey is founded on the belief that the ocean should be free and accessible. We want to change the relevance and accessibility of information and connection to our ocean. By providing free, hands-on learning to traditionally marginalized groups of students who would not otherwise have the ability to access our coasts or oceans, we are creating a new narrative for communities of color.
Our Project Ocean March spotlight lands on OCEARCH, a global nonprofit piecing together the life puzzle of our ocean’s biggest residents. OCEARCH focuses most of its attention on the white shark, as it believes they are critical to ocean health and flourishing.
Throughout the Click & Pledge Foundation’s Project Ocean production, we are using each month to spotlight our nonprofit participants. We are kicking things off with Save The Waves from Santa Cruz, California.
Our Click & Pledge Foundation team returned in early January from the Caribbean island of Bonaire, where we completed the first of 12 planned shoots for our Project Ocean documentary.