Spread the word! #ProtectOurWaves
What if the next wave never comes?
"I support the Protect Our Waves campaign by Surfers Against Sewage. I've known these guys a long time, I met them back in 1990. You guys are doing a good job!"Kelly Slater, 11x Surfing World Champion
"Been traveling the globe for the past month and stopped by the Surfers Against Sewage HQ in Cornwall to support their new Protect Our Waves Petition campaign. Please make sure you sign the petition to help protect UK surf spots."Rob Machado, Surfer
"I'm stoked to support Surfers Against Sewage protect our waves petition. Beaches and surf spots should be better protected, so please join me in signing the SAS petition for clean, protected waves, beaches and oceans."Ben Howard, Musician & Surfer
"Surfing waves bring with them so much positive energy - a healthy lifestyle, environmental awareness and responsibility, community spirit and fantastic fun, so we need to ensure we protect healthy waves, reefs and beaches for tomorrow's up and coming surfers."Alan Stokes, UK Professional Surfer
"History is a very powerful thing, it can remind you where you came from and in the same way help you where to go. The UK's surf culture runs deeper than many would know, and a failure to protect this - in anyway - would be a failure on all our parts. We're backing the campaign and many more should do the same."Tom Kay, Founder of Finisterre
"This campaign aims to set a precedent by adding official recognition and a measure of protection to a truly renewable resource. Recognising its economic importance for those coastal communities building creative and sustainable business around the surf, but also socially, for those of us who plan to keep chasing waves for as long as we're able."Ben Freeston, Founder of MSW
"I'm signing Surfers Against Sewage petition to help protect surf spots, waves and beaches for this and future generations. Clean, perfect waves and great surf spots are finite natural resources just like our forests, lakes and mountains, and we must ensure they are protected from over-development, pollution and other environmental threats such as marine litter."Ben Skinner, 9x European Longboard Champion
"Natural surf breaks should be treated as world heritage sites, and should never be destroyed no matter what the reason… We really can't allow any existing surf breaks to be taken down, for whatever reason."Yvon Chouinard, Founder & CEO of Patagonia, Inc.
"Surfers Against Sewage is already working to protect a number of threatened surfing breaks around the UK and it is shocking that there is no law to protect them. Waves and surfing beaches need to be recognised as part of UK coastal heritage and should be afforded greater protection and seen as unique, valuable And scarce assets, just like an ancient woodland or historic building."Hugo Tagholm, SAS Director
"Please sign this petition too :)"Gabrielle Aplin, Musician
"Please take some time to sign this petition."Xavier Rudd, Musician & Surfer