Stories for the Seas – a coffee table book. Now available for pre-order!
A limited-edition 270 page Coffee Table Book packed with beautiful images from the oceans around the world. By purchasing this book you are supporting non-profits organizations who are working to protect the oceans.
“Why is it that scuba divers and surfers are some of the strongest advocates of ocean conservation? Because they’ve spent time in and around the ocean, and they’ve personally seen the beauty, the fragility, and even the degradation of our planet’s blue heart.”
– Sylvia Earle, American Explorer.
Christian Dittrich, SurfEars founder:
Having spent such a large part of my life in or close to the ocean, both in Sweden but also in other places of the world, I’ve experienced the problems with sea (and other) pollution first hand. I believe we’ve taken our oceans, nature, and the beauty of our planet for granted for too long. We all have an important role in minimizing our environmental footprint going forward, as well as doing our best to restore what’s already been broken. This book is the first step from our side to engage our community of surfers, photographers and ocean lovers to join forces and restore our planet. By purchasing a copy of this book, you are taking important action too.
We don’t want to make more copies than necessary in order to maximize the profits so we can donate more to our non-profit partners. Pre-order before September 15th and lock in your copy.
Our Non-Profit Partners:
Surfers Against Sewage is a national marine conservation and campaigning charity that inspires, unites and empowers communities to take action to protect oceans, beaches, waves and wildlife. Our mission is simple, to Create Ocean Activists everywhere.
Plastic Change is a Danish environmental organization working hard to break the exponential growth of plastic pollution on a global scale.
Changing Tides Foundation, women and girls are a critical part of the solution. Our mission is to empower women to protect our planet, by giving them the tools they need to become effective environmental stewards, and to enact positive change from the ground up in their own communities.
Sin Azul No Hay Verde ( No Blue, No Green), focuses on protecting the habitat of the Patagonian Sea, its coasts, and the species which live there.