Coastal Care

Our mission is to raise awareness of and mobilize people against the ongoing decimation of coastlines and oceans around the world.

Category: Celebrate

One Plastic Beach

One Plastic Beach

Richard Lang and Judith Selby Lang have been collecting plastic debris off one beach in Northern California for over ten years. Each piece of plastic they pick up, comes back to their house where it gets cleaned, categorized and stored before being used for their art.

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Holy Chant at Kauai’s Sacred Spot, Hawai’i; By The TAI

Holy Chant at Kauai’s Sacred Spot, Hawai’i; By The TAI

Tiger Espere giving holy chant at Kauai’s sacred spot; a photographic composition by TAI.

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Living on the shores of Hawaii: natural hazards, the environment, and our communities

Living on the shores of Hawaii: natural hazards, the environment, and our communities

“Living on the shores of Hawaii: natural hazards, the environment, and our communities” addresses a wide range of environmental concerns within the context of sustainability and their influence on the future of Hawaii. A book by Chip Fletcher; Robynne Boyd, William J. Neal and Virginia Tice.

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The Dance of the Strandbeests

The Dance of the Strandbeests

Brilliant kinetic sculptor and artist Theo Jansen builds ‘strandbeests’ from yellow plastic tubing that is readily available in his native Holland. He lets the strandbeests go on the beaches where they move independently with the wind.

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Artist and scientist make a natural pair: united, they are an educational force

Artist and scientist make a natural pair: united, they are an educational force

World-renowned coastal geologist Orrin H. Pilkey and artist Mary Edna Fraser, an internationally recognized master of the textile art of batik, bring an understanding of coastal geology and global change to the public in a way that is scientifically astute and visually intriguing.

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Black Earth, White Clay, Granite Boulder, Martha’s Vineyard; By Andy Goldsworthy

Black Earth, White Clay, Granite Boulder, Martha’s Vineyard; By Andy Goldsworthy

Black Earth, White Clay, Granite Boulder, Martha’s Vineyard, is a unique photographic work by Andy Goldsworthy.

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Iceberg and Bloom, Images from NASA Earth Observatory

Iceberg and Bloom, Images from NASA Earth Observatory

The most interesting art often arises from the convergence of different ideas and influences. And so it is with nature sometimes.

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Paradise Cove, California; By Dominick Guillemot

Paradise Cove, California; By Dominick Guillemot

“The shot to me represents the strength and fragility of the ocean,” Image and Caption by Dominick Guillemot

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Oceania’s seafaring ancients make journey to Paris

Oceania’s seafaring ancients make journey to Paris

The Quai Branly museum of tribal arts in Paris is hosting what is being billed as the first ever comprehensive exhibition on the Lapita peoples’ artefacts and history. Lapita’s settlements were universally located on beach terraces, or on stilt houses situated over reefs, lagoons, and open sea with direct access to the ocean.

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SAF Video

Beach of the Month

Photo of the Month

Plastic Pollution

Sand Wars – United Nations-GEA

Sand Mining Detrimental Effects

The World’s Beaches

Coastal Care Junior

NASA – Fly along with NASA’s fleet of Earth science missions and observe Earth from a global perspective in an immersive, 3-D environment.

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