Saturday, July 27, 2013

Dan Malloy - Slow is Fast.

Dan and his friends Kellen and Kanoa went on a two month bike trip down the coast of california, spending time in the waves but also with farmers, sign painters, wood workers, permaculturists, butchers, knife makers, and other traditional craftspeople. Anything Dan does is cool :) .. Such a legend.

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

1 Wave - Mark Mathews June 2013

Mark and i debated for a while on this trip to Tahiti, he had to fly through L.A to get there and i was just scared of surfing it that big. The main thing that kept coming up was.. it takes is just one crazy wave and its all worth it. Here's the 1 wave... The view looking out is something you'll remember for ever.

Look very fun to you?

Friday, July 19, 2013

The Latest on Climate... From GetUp!

It's been a massive month for climate action, and a massive month for GetUp members. Between the rallies, campaign and major policy announcements, there's a lot to catch up on. 
https://www.getup.org.au/campaigns/climate-action-now/where-were-at/the-latest-on-climate?

Did you feel that..?


That was what members of the Delaware Bar and Court of Chancery called a 'seismic shift' in U.S. corporate law when yesterday Delaware Governor Jack Markell enacted benefit corporation legislation.

signed bill

Delaware is the 18th state (plus D.C.!) to pass benefit corp legislation, but the one that matters most to business leaders and investors who seek access to venture capital, private equity, and public capital markets.  Building a global movement to redefine success in business requires capital for those businesses to scale.  Delaware is a big step toward achieving our collective vision.
Read Governor Markell's press release
Watch remarks at the signing from Albert Wenger of Union Square Ventures
See some photos of how the day unfolded at the signing, the event at the World Economic Forum, and at the post-WEF celebration. 
Read B Lab's take published by Forbes and Skoll World Forum -- ‘The Evolution of Capitalism’
A huge thank you to all whose ideas and hard work made this historic moment possible.
Now for the hard part: adoption!  More on that soon:)
B the Change,
Andrew, Bart, Jay, and the rest of the B Lab team

Sunday, July 14, 2013

#VANLIFE

Deep Water - Episode 7 - Fiji


Deep Water, Part 7 – Fiji from Patagonia on Vimeo.

Spring means the South Pacific starting to churn out swell, and Kohl Christensen and Dan Ross head to Fiji to score pumping Cloudbreak pits in the seventh episode of the Deep Water series. Other surfers include Aca Ravulo Lalabalavu, Gadiel Hottenstein and Patagonia kite ambassador Reo Stevens. For earlier episodes, see the Deep Water page here: deepwatersurf.com.

Friday, July 12, 2013

Surfrider Foundation




The Surfrider Foundation Australia's Waves campaign was developed at Arnold Furnace by executive creative director Tom Spicer, creatives Cameron Brown, Luke Duggan, James Galli Barrow, designer Darren Cole, producers Chris Hulsman and Warwick Nicholson, working with Surfrider Foundation Australia director Brendan Donahue.
Photography by Zac Noyle and Daniel Fryer was retouched at Cream Studios.

Excuse the Roach...


Excuse the Roach from Andrew Gough on Vimeo.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Surfrider Foundation



http://www.surfrider.org/jims-blog/entry/the-three-best-surfing-ads-of-the-year

1 BOTTLE FOR LIFE

EVO Revisited


Evo Revisited from Patagonia on Vimeo.
After 40 years an original 1968 Evolution board finds its way back into the hands of its creator, Wayne Lynch. Passing the board along to the youth of today, Belinda Baggs rides the board following the footsteps of Wayne. The power of Wayne 'the fish' Lynch and Bindy's graceful 'dancer' approach set a contrast leading onto a new remake based off the original design and modern theories of today.

http://www.patagonia.com.au/journal/2013/evo-revisited/

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Choice.!?


Save Time, Be Happier, Eliminate Choices

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Surfrider Foundation



Surfers feel pollution. It's that simple...
Here are 10 easy things you can do to reduce your 'plastic footprint' and help keep plastics out of the marine environment:
1. Choose to reuse when it comes to shopping bags and bottled water.  Cloth bags and metal or glass reusable bottles are available locally at great prices.
2. Refuse single-serving packaging, excess packaging, straws and other 'disposable' plastics.  Carry reusable utensils in your purse, backpack or car to use at bbq's, potlucks or take-out restaurants.
3. Reduce everyday plastics such as sandwich bags and juice cartons by replacing them with a reusable lunch bag/box that includes a thermos.
4. Bring your to-go mug with you to the coffee shop, smoothie shop or restaurants that let you use them.  A great wat to reduce lids, plastic cups and/or plastic-lined cups.
5. Go digital!  No need for plastic cds, dvds and jewel cases when you can buy your music and videos online.
6. Seek out alternatives to the plastic items that you rely on.
7. Recycle.  If you must use plastic, try to choose #1 (PETE) or #2 (HDPE), which are the most commonly recycled plastics.  Avoid plastic bags and polystyrene foam as both typically have very low recycling rates.
8. Volunteer at a beach cleanup.  Surfrider Foundation Chapters often hold cleanups monthly or more frequently.
9. Support plastic bag bans, polystyrene foam bans and bottle recycling bills.
10. Spread the word.  Talk to your family and friends about why it is important to Rise Above Plastics!
The Surfrider Foundation Australia's Waves campaign was developed at Arnold Furnace by executive creative director Tom Spicer, creatives Cameron Brown, Luke Duggan, James Galli Barrow, designer Darren Cole, producers Chris Hulsman and Warwick Nicholson, working with Surfrider Foundation Australia director Brendan Donahue.
Photography by Zac Noyle and Daniel Fryer was retouched at Cream Studios.


Friday, July 5, 2013

America's National Wonder... Plastic..!

Bottled water corporations are using our parks as a billboard and concession stand for a product that is anything but environmentally friendly. Tell the U.S. National Park Service to tell the bottled water industry to take a hike!

Take action to ban single-use, disposable water bottles in our National Parks: http://act.storyofstuff.org/page/s/ma...

Buy a reuseable bottle at onebottleforlife.com 
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