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Med Red Med

The entire reef ecosystem of the Red Sea at risk by oil spills

As an active organization based around the Red Sea, WeSea is deeply concerned by the plans of the EAPC (Europe Asia Pipeline Co) to increase their activities to transfer crude oil from Russia and the Central Asian Republics to Southern Asia and the Far East.

EAPC is an Israeli-based company that supports a land-based platform of pipes, connecting the Red Sea and the Meditearanean Sea, and offers it as an alternative land pathway to the Suez Canal (or the longer route around Africa) to transfer crude oil between these two seas.

Operation of a system such as this requires the passage and loading of massive oil tankers next to the unique and fragile coral reef ecosystems of the Red Sea and poses an existential threat to all marine life in these areas. It’s not a question of if oil will be spilled, but rather when.

How you can help ?

Your actions can make a positive impact on the future of our oceans and seas.
You can support WeSea in several ways.

JOIN THE MOVEMENT

You can take an active role in the WeSea Team. Our volunteers are the most valuable asset to our movement.

DONATE

You can protect the marine world by donation to WeSea.
Your support is the wind for our sails.

JOIN THE MOVEMENT

You can take an active role in the WeSea Team. Our volunteers are the most valuable asset to our movement.

Donate

You can protect the marine world by donation to WeSea.
Your support is the wind for our sails.

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