AkzoNobel’s colourful paints were used to create the frescoes The programme, launched on August 22, is part of a series of activities co-organised by AkzoNobel, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Ly Son Marine Reserve, and other partners aimed at preserving the marine environment around the island. As a programme under the “Let’s Colour” initiative, AkzoNobel aims to use the power of the colours and superior features of its products to help protect, preserve, and inspire Be (Little) Islet, Ly Son Island. Accordingly, the Ly Son painting programme included activities like drawing 12 pieces of 3D frescoes, painting corridors, and recoating houses for people on Be Islet, Ly Son Island in Quang Ngai province. This is the second year that the programme has been implemented after its first launch in June 2017 with 12 frescoes focusing on messages of protecting the marine environment and the harmony between humans and nature while calling for the community to take action to preserve the marine environment by reducing the use of nylon, single-use plastic utensils, bottles, bags, etc. in their daily lives as well as collecting plastic waste from the sea. The existence of a fresco village will also help Be Islet… Read full this story
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