cURL Error #:Connection timed out after 30001 milliseconds Plastic Does not Belong in Paradise | Protect Paradise

CORONA, PARLEY AND NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATE DOCUMENTARY TO EXPOSE PLASTIC POLLUTION IN REMOTE FAR NORTH QUEENSLAND.

CORONA, PARLEY AND NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATE DOCUMENTARY TO EXPOSE PLASTIC POLLUTION IN REMOTE FAR NORTH QUEENSLAND.

Parley for the Oceans and National Geographic

Corona, in partnership with Parley for the Oceans and National Geographic, released a new documentary showing never-before-seen footage of Australia’s marine plastic pollution - where approximately one tonne of plastic debris can be found for every kilometre of coastline. The film resulted from the first fact-finding mission in Far North Queensland as part of Corona x Parley's 100 Islands Protected initiative, to showcase how the global marine plastic pollution issue is impacting some of Australia's most pristine and remote paradises. Featuring a team of cean conservationists and scientists, including marine biologist and science communicator, Laura Wells; well-renowned photographer, Michaela Skovranova; and ocean activist, Christian Miller, teh doumentary reveals an in-depth view of the global plastic pollution epidemic hitting Australia’s Far North Queensland - one of the country’s most polluted stretches of coastlines and acts as a reminder for why Australians must urgently take action to reduce their single use consumption.