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Red Sea International presents documentary on coral reefs


Red Sea International, developer of the world’s most ambitious renewable tourism projects – the Red Sea and Amala destinations – announced its collaboration with global media and entertainment company Warner Bros. Discovery to produce a documentary that highlights the importance of tackling the impact of climate change. on the coral reefs of the Red Sea and global cooperation to preserve our seas and their treasures.
The documentary film “Under the Sea: A Fight for Coral Reefs” is set to air on Discovery Channel on Earth Day, which falls on April 22, 2024, and will focus on Red Sea International’s efforts to protect the reefs corals. the environment, in addition to its interest in responsible development with a sustainable concept, is at the heart of its work.
John Pagano, CEO of Red Sea International, said: “At Red Sea International, we are inspired by nature and science to reveal the beauty of coral reefs to the world, as experts use innovative techniques to protect and maintain coral reefs.

Red Sea International presents documentary on coral reefs

A visit to a diving professional

The events of the film revolve around the journey of Saudi freediving professional Salma Shaker, as she explores the pioneering research on coral reefs carried out by scientists from ‘Red Sea International’ and ‘King Abdullah University of Science and Technology” (KAUST). borders, as it takes viewers to coral reefs. In Mexico, he presents stories and stories about the challenges facing coral reefs around the world.
The essence of the film lies in the yet-to-be-explored coral reefs along the Red Sea coast of Saudi Arabia, and “Red Sea International” aims to unlock the secrets of this little-known region, with the aim of to demonstrate its unique biodiversity and its important role in supporting the global ecosystem. The documentary also looks at the added value and potential benefits of Red Sea coral research for the global ecosystem.
In turn, Kerry McEvoy, director of Discovery Networks news channels for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region at Warner Bros. Discovery, said: “Warner Bros. Discovery is proud to partner with Red Sea International in the production of the documentary film. “Under the sea… A struggle.” “For the Reef” we believe in the power of storytelling to entertain and motivate change, and this film clearly embodies that commitment.

Red Sea International presents documentary on coral reefs

Various visuals

The film includes various visuals created by a group of experts and specialists, to provide a comprehensive overview of the current state of coral reefs around the world and their importance in the ecosystem, in addition to reviewing efforts in course to protect them. The film was screened exclusively on the sidelines of the COP28 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Dubai, organized by Red Sea International.
It will also be broadcast on Discovery Channel in the United States of America, Turkey, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. It is worth noting that the Red Sea destination received its first visitors last year and that the Red Sea International Airport has been receiving a regular schedule of domestic flights since September 2023, in addition to receiving international flights from from Dubai from April 18, 2024.

Red Sea International presents documentary on coral reefs

Two of the destination’s resorts have also been opened, and three more resorts are on track to open this year. A third destination, the “Thule Private Resort”, will also open this year, and work is underway on the “Amala”. destination according to the schedule planned to receive its first visitors in 2025, when the construction of the first resorts forming part of the first phase of “Triple Bay” will be completed, alongside “Coralium” and the International Yacht Club.

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