OceanX Shares Red Sea Findings at G20

OceanX Shares Red Sea Findings at G20

OceanX Shares Red Sea Findings at G20

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Overview

After 400 million years and several mass extinctions, coral reefs around the world are set to disappear in a matter of decades. But the coral reefs in the Red Sea live in hyper-warm and saline waters that are similar to what the rest of our #oceans could look like in just a few decades. What can we learn from them, and how can we apply that saving to #coralreefs around the world? Created for the #G20 in Saudi Arabia, in service of the Presidency’s second aim of “safeguarding the planet.”

Partners

OceanX's first-of-its kind survey in the #RedSea was only possible thanks to the partnership with NEOM, Bloomberg Philanthropies Vibrant Oceans, KAUST, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, with special thanks to CORDIO Founding Director, Dr. David Obura, and RSMAS and its Professor and Chair of the Department of Marine Geosciences, Dr. Sam Purkis.

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