The subject of environmental sustainability has taken center stage in recent times with questions on what people can do to reduce the problem of pollution. There are several laws and legislation being enacted and under consideration to address this unfortunate problem. There has also been controversy on the unwillingness of corporations to take responsibility for their part in failing to protect the environment. Anti-littering ads are only a deflection from their many actions that propagate this issue. Jason Momoa is merely trying to provide a solution to this dilemma. By pushing the message of aluminum cans, he is making sure that there won’t be a footprint of destruction around the planet.
For those who are still asking who Drogo is, Joseph Jason Momoa was born in 1979 in the beautiful island of Hawaii. He started as a model after catching the eye of designer Takeo in 1999 before getting tossed into the fashion industry.
During his time in modeling, Jason found himself transitioning to Hollywood when he was featured in Stargate Atlantis and Baywatch Hawaii. His big break came in 2009 when Momoa was cast in the thriller movie, The Game before linking up with the cast of the critically acclaimed TV series, Game of Thrones in 2011.
That very year, he also took on the hardcore role of Conan the Barbarian in a remake of the movie. And while Conan didn’t prove to be a big success on the box office, his work on Game of Thrones showed to quite a defining move in his career which kept on changing for the better. Jason Momoa has a also appeared in Hollywood’s successes like Marvel’s “Aquaman” and “Bullet to the Head” alongside action movie icon, Sylvester Stallone.