Waterlust creates active apparel for men and women that’s also a wearable communication tool to advocate for environmental conservation. For each marine science topic the brand champions, they partner with researchers and educators in the field who are steadfast with their impactful research. Waterlust donates 10% of every purchase to their nonprofit partners to support continued research. They also share scientific findings to help customers become advocates for the causes they care about most.
Current Waterlust nonprofit partners: Marine Megafauna Foundation, Shark Research University of Miami, Get Inspired– a nonprofit focused on Abalone Restoration & Education, Florida State University Marine Turtle Research-Ecology & Conservation Group, Alaska Salmon Program at the University of Washington, Alachua Conservation Trust, The Alfred C. Glassell Jr. Sustain Laboratory at the Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science, The Billfish Foundation, & Coral Morphologic– a hybrid Art/Science Endeavor in Miami.