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Waikiki Beach

Waikiki Beach; By Andrew Jalbert

Andrew Jalbert has been a professional archaeologist and scuba instructor for over 15 years.

Saint-Michel-en-Greve, Brittany, France

Wave of Toxic Green Beaches, France; By Sharlene Pilkey

With beaches and coastlines all over the world already under attack from sea level rise, pollution, mining, driving, seawall construction and human development encroachment, another menace is mounting an assault.

Preserving the health of the Rio de la Plata

Research may lead to policies and regulations on side mining in Uruguay.

Staten Island

Staten Island; By Joni Sternbach

For the last year I have been drawn to the people present at these locations, specifically the surfers in Montauk’s Ditch Plains, at the eastern end of Long Island.

Nihiwatu Beach, Sumba, Indonesia

Nihiwatu Beach, Sumba, Indonesia; By Olaf Guerrand

Nihiwatu Beach, a natural, beautiful and mostly undeveloped beach on the island of Sumba, Indonesia.

Washington Coast

Washington Coast; By Dan Merkel

Emmy Award winning Dan Merkel has been one of the sport of surfing’s legendary lensmen for 30+ years.

Anse Trabaud, FWI

Anse Trabaud, FWI; By Claire Le Guern

On the Atlantic coast south of Martinique island, FWI, Anse Trabaud is a pristine secluded sandy beach stretching over a kilometer between Pointe d’Enfer and Pointe Baham.

California

California; By TC Reiner

German born photographer TC Reiner completed two engineering degrees before returning to a career in photography, his lifelong passion.

Fire Island, NY

Fire Island, NY; By Andrew Cooper

Fire Island is a barrier island that runs east to west on the southern coast of Long Island in New York.

Documenting The Global Impacts Of Beach Sand Mining

For centuries, beach sand has been mined for use as aggregate in concrete, for heavy minerals, and for construction fill.

Coastal Care junior
The World's Beaches
Sand Mining
One Percent