Parley AIR: Travel

Parley AIR: Travel

Some simple ways to help you explore while remaining mindful of your journey’s impact on the health of our planet. 

State of the Oceans — Log 47

State of the Oceans — Log 47

With microplastics being discovered in Colorado rainwater, Alpine ice and Arctic snow, what are governments and corporations doing to address the issue?

Science vs Plastic: Nurdles

Science vs Plastic: Nurdles

Parley Mexico is joining forces with researchers at the Austin Marine Science Institute to help track tiny pellets at the heart of the global plastic trade.

Story x Parley

Story x Parley

Parley is teaming up with Michelin-starred British chef Tom Sellers to showcase how restaurants can go plastic-free and help spread awareness.

State of the Oceans — Log 45

State of the Oceans — Log 45

How industrial fishing affects sharks, a potential new method of cleaning up microplastics and the state of Guam’s coral reefs.

State of the Oceans — Log 44

State of the Oceans — Log 44

Experts warn we have just 18 months to tackle climate change and marine biologists await a treasure trove of new deep sea data.


State of the Oceans — Log 43

State of the Oceans — Log 43

A new study warns that carbon emissions could trigger a mass extinction in the oceans and researchers unveil a biodegradable plastic made from cactus.

Corona x Parley: Street Surfers

Corona x Parley: Street Surfers

Frank Solomon meets the surfers championing recycling and ocean activism hundreds of kilometers from the waves.

The Outlaw Ocean

The Outlaw Ocean

Parley collaborator Ian Urbina explores the vast, untamed reaches of the world’s oceans in The Outlaw Ocean. Watch the first trailer now.

State of the Oceans — Log 42

State of the Oceans — Log 42

Temporary fishing bans could be the best way to protect the world’s fish stocks while still providing the world with enough to eat, according to a new study.

State of the Oceans — Log 41

State of the Oceans — Log 41

Scientists discover a new form of plastic pollution, film a giant squid, find wild coral eating plastic and graphically show how our world is heating up.