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The screening was set against the backdrop of the coast of Oahu, the third largest of the Hawaiian islands The screening was set against the backdrop of the coast of Oahu, the third largest of the Hawaiian islands

Tesla and Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina Mark Earth Day

Tesla and Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina, Hawaii, recently partnered to raise awareness of the fragility of Hawaii’s underwater reef.

Local Tesla drivers on the Hawaiian island of Oahu were invited to a sunset screening of Chasing Coral, an award-winning documentary film bringing attention to the dramatic effects of climate change. The film was screened on the hotel’s lawn on Earth Day, April 22.

Ruth Gates, director, Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology, shared her insight on making the documentary and experiences studying coral reefs in Hawaii.

A drive-in movie concession featured local craft beer and an earth-friendly beet burger served by Richard Polhemus, executive chef, Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina.

The drive-in movie supported the ongoing Four Seasons Drive & Delight programme with Tesla, which includes special occasion test drives for resort guests and a Tesla Radio flyer experience at the hotel’s Camp Kohola at the Hideaway, a programme of daily activities for children aged five – 12 integrating ocean education, Hawaiian culture and the principles of kindness and empathy.