Coastal Care

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

Category: Beach Nourishment

Which Way for Goleta Beach?

Which Way for Goleta Beach?

Save Sand? Protect Lawn? Inside the debate over the future of a southern california popular coastal park and ongoing battle with beach erosion.

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Southern California Beaches Are Starving. Do We Nourish Them Enough?

Southern California Beaches Are Starving. Do We Nourish Them Enough?

The natural processes that bring sand to most beaches in Southern California have been disrupted by development and other human activities.

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Sand Mined From Pakiri Beach is Irreplaceable, New Zealand

Sand Mined From Pakiri Beach is Irreplaceable, New Zealand

Auckland City’s recreation committee chairman, says a $5 million beach rebuilding plan is gathering momentum. Where, however, does he hope to source the sand for the next eight Auckland beaches requiring replenishment?

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Waikiki Beach Eroding Less Than A Year After $2.2M Sand Restoration

Waikiki Beach Eroding Less Than A Year After $2.2M Sand Restoration

A section of Hawaii’s famed Waikiki Beach is starting to erode, less than a year after the completion of a $2.2 million project to replenish the sand on about 1,730 feet of shoreline that had been suffering from chronic erosion.

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Dredging for sand set to begin in Topsail Beach

Dredging for sand set to begin in Topsail Beach

Sand that was lost during Hurricane Irene last year is being replaced this week. Officials in Topsail Beach expect that the pumping of sand onto the beach will started on Monday.

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Beach Renourishment Harms Ecosystem

Beach Renourishment Harms Ecosystem

Pumping sand onto the coastline helps maintain wide beaches for tourism and property protection, but some scientists say it also damages a fragile and often overlooked ecosystem for fish and birds.

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Beach Erosion Causes 18-Foot Cliffs In Atlantic City

Beach Erosion Causes 18-Foot Cliffs In Atlantic City

Atlantic City, New Jersey, is blocking access to a half-mile stretch of beachfront after erosion created cliffs as high as 18 feet. It will be at least four months until the beaches will be open to the public again.

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Cannes’ Latest Beach Replenishment Project

Cannes’ Latest Beach Replenishment Project

The City of Cannes has filed an application with the State services for replenishment services to a number of beaches by recharge of dredged sand on the beach by marine delivery to the affected areas of the south and other coastal beaches. The value of this project is 4,347,826 EUR…

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Okaloosa County Abolishes Beach Renourishment

Okaloosa County Abolishes Beach Renourishment

After more than four years of debate, fears of dark, shell-heavy sand being dumped on Okaloosa Island’s white beaches have been put to rest as Okaloosa County commissioners abolished the beach renourishment project.

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