Surfrider Foundation Europe will host the exhibition from October 4th to November 1st 2013, at the Surfrider Campus in Biarritz France, a place dedicated to creating awareness on environmental issues where education becomes synonymous with discovery and an interactive approach.
10% of the total benefits obtained during the exhibition will be given to Surfrider Foundation Europe to support their causes and daily fight to protect our coastlines and surfing spots.
The opening of “Aloha Surf Photography” will take place on October 4th, from 6:30pm including a buffet and a conference called “Three levels of commitment to save our oceans”. During the conference Aloha Surf Journal will present Aloha Surf Photography then Pierre Pomiers, the founder of ecological and ethical surfboards Notox, will talk about how his ambitious project to make the surfing industry greener was launched. Finally, Surfrider Foundation Europe will explain its new campaign to register waves and surfing as World Heritage of UNESCO.
You will be able to visit the event at the 33 allée Moura in Biarritz.