PLASTIC DOESN’T BELONG IN PARADISE

Yet plastic sweeps across every shore, floats through every sea, litters every coastline – destroying our beloved country. That's why Corona and Parley for the Oceans have come together to put an end to marine plastic pollution.  

TOGETHER, WE ARE IMPLEMENTING THE PARLEY AIR STRATEGY TO END

MARINE PLASTIC POLLUTION. 

TOGETHER, WE ARE IMPLEMENTING THE PARLEY

 AIR STRATEGY 

TO END MARINE PLASTIC POLLUTION. 


Avoid

Plastic wherever possible

With over one million plastic bottles purchased every minute across the globe, you can do your part to protect our Australian paradise by avoiding single-use bottles with a Corona x Parley limited edition reusable water bottle. Available with any Corona Extra or Corona Ligera case purchase, while stocks last.

Intercept

Plastic waste

In 2020, Corona and Parley are joining forces with hundreds of like-minded people to clean up a further one million square metres of Australian coastline. Find out how you can be a part of the Volunteers For The Ocean program here. Because the more of us there are, the more ocean plastic we'll collect, and the more paradise we'll protect.

Redesign

The material itself

Corona has created a limited range of shirts and dresses made from Parley Ocean Plastic®, removing it from our oceans and shores around the globe and repurposing it for a better world. The design draws subtle inspiration from everyday plastic items, like toothbrushes and plastic bottles, to represent the fact that the issue at a distance is hard to see, but pervasive up close.

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See us in action

Protecting Paradise - A Documentary

In partnership with Parley for the Oceans and National Geographic, we set out to see how global marine plastic pollution is impacting some of Australia's most pristine and remote paradises. Unfortunately, we did not need to look very hard. In a fact-finding mission to Cape York in far North Queensland, we witnessed it first hand – as one tonne of debris can be found for every kilometre of shoreline. Featuring a team of ocean conservationists and scientists, we reveal an exclusive in-depth view of the effects of the plastic epidemic – and why each of us must take urgent action.

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