Corona Co. announced Corona Island, which would open in the heartland of the Caribbean Sea in late spring of 2022. It’s a one-of-a-kind location focused on sustainability, and it’s aiming to be “Blue Verified” by Oceanic Global as part of the worldwide NGO’s stringent Blue Standard program.
The verification and assessment include actions such as the eradication of single-use plastics and the development of appropriate waste management infrastructure. Corona Island is now being assessed, to become the first completely Blue Verified Island by the spring of next year.
“Corona Island is unlike anything we’ve ever done before. As a brand that’s so deeply connected with nature, we wanted to pay respect to and celebrate the natural environment that supplies our 100% natural ingredients,” said Felipe Ambra, Global Vice President for Corona.
“Now more than ever, people need to safely reconnect with the outdoors. We’re inviting people from around the world to come together and combine education with responsible tourism. We hope that when guests return home, they’ll have fallen in love with nature again, and will be re-energized to be better global citizens in their communities. When people are in love with someone or something, they always do their best to protect it – that’s our objective with Corona Island.”
Once on the island, visitors will be able to unplug from daily stresses and anchor their all-inclusive week-long vacation with intensive educational touch points centered on responsible consumerism and sustainable living.
Guests will also be able to relax in harmony with nature thanks to the eco-conscious design and culinary programming inspired by the organic surroundings of the area. For guests to explore and fall in love with nature, the island has peaceful beach fronts, lush floral enclaves, and sparkling blue seas.
Oceanic Global will also offer essential advice in developing interesting teaching activities that raise awareness of plastic pollution, ecosystem preservation, and general ocean conservation. The island’s hospitality employees and visitors will also get training from Oceanic Global on sustainability and operational best practices in compliance with the criteria specified in the Blue Standard.
“We’re proud to partner with Corona Global in furthering the brand’s ongoing commitment to sustainability through its efforts with Corona Island,” said Lea d’Auriol, Founder of Oceanic Global.
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