Patagonia is obviously in support of activism, and, for the first time in my working surf life, they’ve given me a voice to talk about the things I feel are important.
I’ve been asked to support environmental causes my whole life, and I have, but it’s really hard to ask people to make changes that we’re not making ourselves.
The only revolution that’s real and lasting is a revolution of the heart. things we feel are important and hope it triggers other people to think.
Lynch has also spent much of his life living in idyllic Australian coastal environs, surfing, fishing, camping, and he’s long been inspired to protect the land and seas he loves.
Shortboard Revolutionary Wayne Lynch sees surfers as a potential powerhouse for environmental advocacy in an era when the planet needs all the allies it can get.
Hopefully they’ll start to realize even their business depends on this– no one is immune from environmental degradation or social upheaval, whichis what will happen if the environment does degrade enough through climate change. This affects everybody. It could be done better.
Read more here: Surfer Mag