TIME Magazine recently put the spotlight on Alison Teal, a surfer-adventurist traveling with her pink surfboard to learn from and film cultures around the world. TIME Magazine calls Teal the ‘Female Indiana Jones’ based on her thrill seeking adventures and passion to explore.
Teal is a filmmaker and survivalist who shares her love for the environment, sustainable living, and taste for adventure through her series, ‘Alison’s Adventures’.
Having been born and raised in countries around the world by her equally adventure-seeking parents, Teal now strives to use her life on the road to promote the importance of sustainability and to culturally educate the youth generations of today. Not only does Teal have an adventurous spirit, but she also has a big heart, making her the perfect environmental educator to all generations alike.
Teal’s travels have taken her to places and cultures nearly untouched, as well as to places severely affected by pollution, such as her trip to the Maldives (pictured above and below). Teal’s series, ‘Alison’s Adventures’, hopes to spread awareness to the generations of tomorrow about current issues in our environment, with new and practical ways of living a sustainable lifestyle.
Teal’s passions to teach, travel, and share her love of the world’s cultures and issues has made her new series an important fixture in spreading awareness to those who are unable to travel and see the world themselves.
Though Teal has been able to travel and share her experiences thus far, her GoFundMe account is pivotal in her continuation to spread knowledge and awareness to generations of all ages.
Visit her GoFundMe page to help support a fellow surfer, and her efforts to explore and share the depths of the world.