South African International Surfing Champion Rosy Hodge also partnered with Corona, Parley and World Surf League on its #ProtectParadise project, which as supported and led the change on the ban of single-use plastic in Indonesia.

The project aims to engage audiences globally on a clean-up network that is present in over 23 countries and has resulted in 537 clean-ups, 25 000 volunteers and more than three million square meters of beaches cleaned.

Corona, Parley and World Surf League are donating 20 000 reusable bags made from Ocean Plastic. The limited edition bags are being produced and are available for pre-order from and proceeds from each bag goes towards the removal of plastic from the oceans.

"I’ve built a really strong connection to Bali over the years, and I am excited about the opportunity to participate in a project that helps support the amazing work already happening on the ground," says Hodge.

"It’s been a pleasure working with Gemma to craft a design worthy of being printed on these symbolic bags and appreciate the support from Corona, Parley and World Surf League to bring them to life in a big way," Hodge adds.

Corona will be continuing with the #ProtectParadise initiative locally at the World Surf League in Jeffery’s Bay from Tuesday, 9 July to Monday, 22 July.

For more information, visit You can also follow Corona on Twitter or on Instagram. Join the conversation by using the #ProjectParadise hashtag.