Rosatom dedicates its documentary "Wild Edens" to Turkey

Rosatom dedicates its documentary “Wild Edens” to Turkey

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The premiere of the second serial of the documentary “Wild Edens: Turkey,” that highlights the issue of climate change, took place in Ankara of Turkey recently. Focusing on the flora and fauna in the one-of-a-kind natural habitats of Turkey, the programme highlights the unique and delicate habitat of the Kars Wetland, the Caucasus, and the Mediterranean Sea. The unique documentary is presented by Rosatom State Corporation of Russia will be broadcast by National Geographic starting this December. The first serial titled “Wild Edens: Russia” was dedicated to the unique and delicate habitat of Russian regions and was telecast by National Geographic.
“Firstly, we want to draw the attention of the international community to nature’s rich beauty. Secondly, we want to remind that this environment may fall victim to the destructive consequences of human activities. Our film demonstrates the fragility of the ecosystem, as well as the importance of participation of each of us in saving our planet,” said Kirill Komarov, First Deputy Director General of Rosatom while speaking at the premiere.
In her video message Freida Pinto, the Project Ambassador, said: “I believe that the project is very important for a multitude of reasons. It is important because it shows all of us the beauty of a natural world that has been hidden from the human eyes for so many years. It is also important because Wild Edens takes the chance to highlight the risks that we all face if climate change is not something we pay attention to.”
Andrew Zikking Series Producer of the documentary of Off The Fence said: “Although this film is part of the Wild Edens campaign highlighting the issue of climate change. Our film did not set out just to film habitat destruction or environmental damage. We wanted to capture and celebrate Turkey’s staggering array of wildlife, but also set out the very real context of what could be lost. We wanted to tell the story of these fragile ecosystems through some Turkey’s most endangered species. At intimate, important moments in their life cycle. Be that mating, hunting or just surviving”.
An “Off The Fence” production, the documentary was filmed over 3 months and will be aired across multiple markets in Turkey, Africa and Europe.
Rosatom is the world leader in the production of safe and clean energy and it is deeply concerned with the threats associated with global climate change. The company adheres to the principle of social responsibility The main goal of “Wild Edens” project is to attract the attention of the international community to climate change and the need for a global transition to clean and carbon-free energy. “Off the Fence”, an independent production company, was in charge of production of Wild Edens documentary series. Executive producers of the films are Ellen Widemouth and Allison Bean. Andrew Zikking is the Producer and Director. – Rosatom PR

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