- 24 March 2014 | Environment
Scientists have discovered waves in Saturn, the second largest planet in the Solar System.
Using NASA's Cassini spacecraft, scientists found the first ever waves outside of Earth, on Titan, Saturn's largest moon.
But if you're already preparing your surfboard for an outer space surfing experience, know that the local seas and lakes are filled with liquid methane and ethane. It won't be easy.
- 14 March 2014 | Environment
Surfing For Change, a non-governmental organization, has taken a trip to the North Shore of Oahu to find out how Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) are impacting the land and the people.
Pro surfer and activist Kyle Thiermann cares about the future of the Hawaiian Islands. He knows what GMOs are doing to the food we eat, and to the soil we step on. In the last months, he has been inviting riders to join the cause.
Some of the world's top surfers - including Kelly Slater, John John Florence, Sebastian Zietz, and Dustin Barca - are showing up for protests against GMO corporations on the Hawaiian Islands, and voicing their concerns.
- 11 March 2014 | Environment
Californian surfers are advised to stay out of the water five days after it rains.
It might sound strange, but a new study by UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability reveals that levels of bacteria in the water after storms are alarming.
For seven years, scientists studied water quality data from 32 popular beaches in Los Angeles and Orange counties. They discovered that elevated levels of bacteria lingered in the water in beaches located near storm drains and creek outlets.