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Corona x Parley: 100 Islands Protected by 2020

Back in March, Diego visited the Maldives and kept us informed via his Instagram (+ + +), and today he took his Instagram to announce it was part of a parnership with Corona and Parley.tv in an environment project to to address marine plastic pollution.

Alguna vez visité las Maldivas por trabajo y fue muy especial. Pero en Marzo fui otra vez, ahora invitado por @Corona y @Parley.tv a la isla de Laabadhoo. Esta experiencia me transformó. Al pasar tiempo en el @Parley.tv ocean school entendí lo conectados que estamos todos con el mar. Lo que lastima al océano nos lastima a todos. Hoy el mar se está ahogando con el plástico que tiramos. No importa donde vivas, el plástico que tiras eventualmente termina en el mar. Yo no sabía que más de la mitad del oxígeno que respiramos viene del mar, el día que nos lo acabemos, nos acabamos todos. Por eso celebro mucho el objetivo que se plantearon @Corona y @Parley.tv de proteger 100 islas alrededor del mundo de aquí al 2020. Súmate con nosotros, hay mucho que podemos hacer. CoronaXParley.com @corona_mx #100islandprotected #CoronaXParley ———————————————————–A while back I visited the Maldives for work and it was a special experience. But in March I visited again, this time invited by @Corona and @Parley.tv to the island of Laabadhoo. This experience was transformative. After spending time at the @Parley.tv ocean school, I understood how connected we are to the oceans. What hurts the ocean hurts us all. Today the ocean is drowning in the plastic we throw away. It doesn’t matter where you live, the plastic you throw away eventually ends up in the ocean. I didn’t know that more than half of the oxygen we breathe comes from the ocean. The day we end the oceans will be the end of us. This is why I celebrate and support the goals set by @Corona and @Parley.tv to protect 100 islands around the world by 2020. Join us, there is so much that we can do. CoronaXParley.com #100islandsprotected #CoronaXParley @corona_mx

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A video was also launched combined with the website at oceanplastic.com. A spanish version of the video can be found here.

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