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Why surfers make better environmentalists than climbers

Why surfers make better environmentalists than climbers

Surfers see an instant and tangible impact on their environment. Obvious examples of this are plastic or sewage in the oceans. It immediately impacts their health and enjoyment – they are quite literally in it – and it is unpleasant, invasive and damaging.
June 12, 2017 — tim frenneaux
Tim Nunn founder of The Plastic Project

Tim Nunn founder of The Plastic Project

I've spent 18 years going to the wildest coastlines on Earth looking for surf. Marine litter has become more and more of an issue I couldn't ignore. There was a tipping point though on a remote beach in Iceland four years ago where I found a McDonalds carton and Coke bottle, just sitting there. That was the catalyst.
May 15, 2017 — tim frenneaux
Wild Swimming Brothers Top 6 UK wild swim spots

Wild Swimming Brothers Top 6 UK wild swim spots

Our swims have taken us to the maelstroms of the Arctic Circle, tropical rivers of Venezuela, pristine beaches of the Philippines and emerald pools of the Himalayas, but it all started here in the UK. You don’t need to leave these isles to find absolutely breathtaking swims.
April 11, 2017 — tim frenneaux
Bothy beauty

Bothy beauty

The peace and quiet, isolation and beautiful landscapes are fantastic for both body and mind. Being able to use a Bothy shelter in an amazing location, at no cost to you, is an extraordinary experience. I can’t recommend it enough.
March 24, 2017 — tim frenneaux