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We are thrilled that Living Seawalls a flagship project of the Sydney Institute of Marine Science was recently announced as a finalist in the inaugural Earthshot Prize. Living Seawalls is led by a dynamic team of scientists from Macquarie University, UNSW Sydney, and SIMS, with industrial design expertise from Reef Design Lab, Melbourne.
The Earthshot Prize, created by Prince William and The Royal Foundation is the most ambitious and prestigious environmental prize in history – designed to incentivise change and help to repair our planet over the next ten years. It is a fabulous honour!
You can see Living Seawalls on the global arena in the online finalist announcement
Prince William describes “The Earthshot Prize as being about much more than awarding achievement – it is a decade of action to convene the environmental world with funders, businesses and individuals to maximise impact and take solutions to scale, to celebrate the people and places driving change; and to inspire people all over the world, to work together to repair the planet”.
The webinar panel will include members of the Living Seawalls team, and representatives from community, industry, government and philanthropy - providing an opportunity to come together and discuss how innovative design can revive, protect and restore our oceans.
Moderated by Professor Lesley Hughes, from Macquarie University, with a stellar panel including: Zali Steggall OAM, Federal Member for Warringah; Anita Mitchell, Chief Executive, Placemakers NSW; Dorset Sutton, The Lim-Sutton Initiative; Alex Goad, Director Reef Design Lab and Dr. Maria Vozzo, Living Seawalls.
Join us to be part of the Earthshot solution.