Our GoPro for a Cause program seeks to highlight amazing stories about the protection of the Planet and all of its inhabitants. So, imagine the level of excitement when our friends at Ocean Souls reached out letting us know they’d managed to capture the largest biodiversity of cetaceans (think whales and dolphins) ever seen on film. Cetaceans, despite looking so different to us, are possibly our closest relatives in terms of cognitive abilities and family ties.
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GoPro teams up with Kindhumans and City Surf Project to explore the healing and transformative power of surfing.
City Surf Project works to ensure equitable access to the ocean and the benefits of outdoor recreation for Bay Area youth who historically have not seen their identities reflected in the outdoor space by providing opportunities to learn surfing—a challenging sport that fosters physical and mental well-being, a connection to nature and healthy living. From sound healing waves to healing ocean waves, pro surfer Kassia Meador joins City Surf Project to share her talent and energy on land and in the water and with the skilled storytellers from Kindhumans.
Kindhumans is a positive movement of respect and understanding, rooted in helping facilitate small, conscious decisions with a big, positive impact: