Finalists in Earthshot Prize ‘Reviving our Oceans’ Category 


The first-ever Earthshot Prize awards ceremony took place at the iconic Alexandra Palace in London, where Coral Vita was announced as the winner of the Reviving our Oceans category. We congratulate Coral Vita and look forward to working alongside them and all the finalists as we move forward together in pursuit of The Royal Foundation’s Earthshot goals.


There’s no doubt that Living Seawalls will be remaining very much on the global stage, and we wanted to give you just a taste of what lies ahead.


Firstly, Living Seawalls will be featured in episode four of the television series The Earthshot Prize: Repairing our Planet which you can now view in Australia on Foxtel. The inspiring documentary series is led by Prince William and features Prize Council Members, including Sir David Attenborough.


Associate Professor Melanie Bishop is also currently representing the team at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow. This is the first of many opportunities to come together with the all the finalists, The Royal Foundation and the Earthshot Prize Global Alliance.


We like to think of our community of supporters here in Sydney, as very much a blueprint of the Earthshot Prize Global Alliance – reflecting an awareness that if we are to effect real change, we need to bring science together with government, industry, philanthropy, community, and design.


An enormous thank you from the whole team to all who have supported them to get this far – it’s been an exciting few months, but it’s only just the beginning.