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‘New climate denialism’ is stopping Canada from approaching crisis with WWII-level effort: Seth Klein
Tiny Atlantic island takes giant leap towards protecting world’s oceans
Surf’s Up! Behind the Scenes of an Exhibition at SFO Museum
“All Quiet on the Surfie-Rocker Front” – cinema newsreel from 1963
Nature Boy – Don Reed & Orchestra
Abba’s Dancing Queen played on a fairground organ
Water Lightning: The Mysterious Polynesian Navigation Method Known as ‘Te Lapa’ – ‘The Flashing’ – The Daily Grail
Geeking out on the Astronauts!
The Doors Light My Fire at ‘Malibu U’ 1967
From Our Nånas For Our Nenis | EP. 1| Finding Our Why
2020 Virtual Lecture Series
Thursday September 24th at 6:30pm
with Domenic Priore
Last Run / Tsunami by Benny & The Mid-Knights
That time George Washington ordered “total destruction and devastation” of the Haudenosaunee
Oldest surviving photograph of Maori discovered in Australia
Easy Listening Compilations
Rising Tides, Troubled Waters: The Future of Our Ocean
‘The trees are my grandparents’: the Ecuador tribe trying to save its culture
The US government just “disestablished” a Native American reservation
Too hot for humans? First Nations people fear becoming Australia’s first climate refugees
Steve Pezman’s thoughts about Surf Music at Surfer’s Journal.
I know what he is saying. But I also think it’s too black and white. There’s richer Surf Music and even some bonafide Surf/Jazz hybrids.
The Tiki Creeps
at Joe’s Great American Bar & Grill (irony?)
The climate crisis explained in 10 charts
LA County’s Bay Street Beach recognized as a “National Historic Place”
The big polluters’ masterstroke was to blame the climate crisis on you and me
At the Edge of a Warming World
IPCC report: Sea levels could be a metre higher by 2100
Here’s a guitarist (I assume from Azerbaijan) who put some quarter tone frets on his trusty Jolana Tornado.
This guitarist put only one extra fret between the second and third regular ones, and is playing a melody more familiar to western ears.
What comes after more and more frets? That’s right – no frets:
Correcting historic sea surface temperatures reveals simpler pattern of ocean warming
Not every environmental policy is a Green New Deal
Rare West Coast Surf Instrumentals
Mike Romanoff’s On The Rocks restaurant was fit for Hollywood royalty
If Seeing the World Helps Ruin It, Should We Stay Home?
North Atlantic Right Whales Are Dying in Horrific Ways
Coca-Cola, Pepsi highlight the 20 corporations producing the most ocean pollution
Old Mals Only – boards manufactured pre 1968, riders manufactured decades later