#100IslandsProtected

Thank you for taking a stand for the oceans.

Corona and Parley for the Oceans have joined forces to bring an end to marine plastic pollution, starting with a pledge to protect 100 Islands from the damaging impact of marine plastic pollution by 2020. And during the Australian leg of the World Surfing League tour, we’re asking all ocean lovers to help us protect the oceans by making their own pledge.

You can pledge to stop using one of the single-use big four: plastic bottles, plastic bags, plastic straws or take away coffee cups – or personalise your plastic free pledge by completing the free text box below. And by making a plastic free pledge before 30th April, you’ll go into the draw to WIN a trip for two to the 2018 Bali Pro (May 27 – Jun 09), where you’ll be able to join Corona and Parley on a number of organised local beach clean-ups as well as catch all the world-class surfing during the event.

Share your pledge on your social accounts, tag @coronaextra_au and hashtag #100islandsprotected, and encourage your friends and family to join the movement by making their own plastic free pledge. It only takes 30 days to change a habit, and avoiding single-use plastics is the first step towards a long-term solution to plastic pollution.

Thank you for taking a stand for the oceans.

Find out more at www.100islandsprotected.com

    

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