Ensenada toll road: no access to surf breaks

The Ensenada toll road has collapsed about 58 miles south of the US-Mexico border, in Baja California.


On the 28th December, 2014, part of the scenic toll road that runs from Tijuana down the Baja California peninsula has been severely damaged. A 4.6 magnitude earthquake contributed to the collapse.

Traffic has been rerouted onto the old two-lane highway between Tijuana and Ensenada. The event will seriously affect tourism in Ensenada.

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Marine Debris: don't leave it to Mother Nature

How long until it's gone? Discover the estimated decomposition rates of the most common types of marine debris.

Garbage, litter, trash. Our oceans and coastal lines have been invaded by thousands of small, medium and large pieces of unwanted man-made products.

Nature is not able to decompose everything humans produce. Taking care of our trash is critical, if we still want to ride waves in crystal clear blue waters.

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Dustin Barca: keeping chemicals out of the Hawaiian Islands

The world's best surfers have marched against experimental tests of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO's) that have been conducted by Monsanto, in the Hawaiian Islands.

Companies like Monsanto, Dow, Dupont/Pioneer, Syngenta and BASF have been spraying over 70 different chemicals, on an almost daily basis, on the Hawaiian lands.

Kelly Slater, John John Florence, Shane Dorian, Mark Healey, Makua Rothman, Bede Durbidge and Jamie O'Brien have participated in the Aloha Aina March, in Haleiwa, organized by surf environmentalist Dustin Barca and Hawaii GMO Justice Coalition.

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