Billboard shows Coca-Cola's commitment to environment

Ambassadors from Coca-Cola and the World Wide Fund for Nature-Philippines stand in front of the plan

Ambassadors from Coca-Cola and the World Wide Fund for Nature-Philippines stand in front of the plan

Coca-Cola

Coca-Cola

The plant billboard in Manila

The plant billboard in Manila

An invitation to the billboard

An invitation to the billboard

A fukien tea plant. 3,600 were used to create the billboard

A fukien tea plant. 3,600 were used to create the billboard

Commuters get a breath of fresh air as they walk past a "living" billboard, which advertises Coca-Cola, but is made of all plants and located in the heart of Manila's busiest street.

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