Found Bubbly Launch Iceland Edition Bottle & Virtual Vacation For Earth Day

Found Bubbly Launch Iceland Edition Bottle & Virtual Vacation For Earth Day

Captured by real life explorers, Colin Rex and Christian Van Os Keuls, the documentary style film takes viewers on an incredible journey across Iceland and visits some of the island’s most breath-taking landmarks. Found Bubbly hopes that this virtual vacation will bring awareness the effects of climate change which is causing dramatic alternations to Iceland’s glaciers.

“For two weeks, we explored Iceland with our cameras in tow, on a mission to document some of the wildest landscapes on Earth. We ran across active volcanoes, swam in hidden hot springs, and crawled through glacier caves so narrow we had to leave our backpacks behind. We wrote about our travels, shot thousands of photos, and nearly lost one of our drones to a surprise hailstorm and strong winds. We dealt with heavy rain and snow most days, but the clouds always seemed to clear up for just a few minutes in the most special places,” said Colin and Christian.

Found Bubbly’s partnership with The Nature Conservancy aligns with the company’s ongoing social responsibility strategies and sustainability commitments. As part of the initiative and to support and raise much needed awareness to The Nature Conservancy and Earth Day, Found Bubbly will launch an exclusive, limited-edition Found Bubbly Iceland bottle. Created by TRC, the design symbolizes the impact of global warming on the glaciers of Iceland.

The Found Bubbly Iceland edition bottle will launch on Earth Day and be available to purchase exclusively via the Found Bubbly website.

Join Found Bubbly on a virtual vacation this Earth Day and donate to The Nature Conservancy here.

The Nature Conservancy

Village Studies




Please login with linkedin to comment

Earth Day Found Bubbly

Latest News

The Case For Nature: Let The Media & Advertising Industries Tell A Story & Tell It Well
  • Advertising

The Case For Nature: Let The Media & Advertising Industries Tell A Story & Tell It Well

Last year, Siddarth Shrikanth published The Case for Nature: Pioneering Solutions for the Other Planetary Crisis. Catherine de Clare caught up with him at the Jaipur Literary Festival in India this year. Shrikanth currently works as a director on the Investment team at Just Climate, a sustainability-focused investment fund chaired by former US vice president Al […]