Living Seawalls

Founding Year: 2018

Staff: 9


Melanie Bishop (Co-leader)

A flagship program of the Sydney Institute of Marine Science and works in collaboration with Reef Design Lab with a revolutionary new approach to thinking about building in the ocean. Aims to make sure that no new development projects are carried out without first considering how they can benefit both the environment and humans. Through a combination of engineering and ecological knowledge, they create sustainable solutions that can help bring life back into marine environments.



Living Seawalls contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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