Postgraduate student comes 5th in World Longboard Championships
A top surfer and PhD candidate in the School of Engineering is celebrating finishing 5th in the ISA World Longboard Championships in Hainan, China.
Surfing book to be serialised to raise funds for charity
Sustainable Stoke – Transitions to Sustainability in the Surfing World, published by University of Plymouth Press, is to be broken down into a series of ebooks in an attempt to raise money for charity
Is surfing sustainable?
University of Plymouth Student Life Magazine issue 6: A University of Plymouth lecturer examines the impact that the surfing can have on communities and the environment including marine pollution and sustaining local economies
Academic to address International Surfing Symposium in Australia
Plymouth University news: A leading sustainability and surfing researcher has been invited to deliver a keynote address at the 2017 International Surfing Symposium on Australia’s Gold Coast
Surfing and sustainability researcher awarded prestigious accolade
Plymouth University news: A Plymouth University academic has received a prestigious accolade in recognition of his global efforts to promote sustainability in the surfing industry
Plymouth Sustainability and Surfing Research Group (PSSRG)
Plymouth Sustainability and Surfing Research Group (PSSRG) is an interdisciplinary, international research group aimed at exploring the key challenges relating to sustainable development and surfing
Discussing marine litter by Royal appointment
Plymouth University news: Academics from Plymouth University were among those meeting the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall during an event to raise awareness of the problem of marine litter
Global elite collaborate to address surfing industry's sustainability challenges
Plymouth University news: The surfing world’s most powerful figures and practitioners have been brought together for a new book, published by University of Plymouth Press, and exploring how the industry is grappling with the challenge of sustainability