Artist Louis Masai is bringing coral reefs to life in a street mural, giving voice to all marine species as a call for the protection of their crucial ecosystem.
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Campaign to Save Our Corals
Coral reefs are home to diverse marine life from the tiniest brightly-coloured sea slug to the largest whale shark.
Millions of people depend on them for livelihoods, food and coastal protection.
By 2030, 90% will be threatened.
We are curating scientists, artists, conservationists, film-makers, ocean advocates, musicians and reef communities to build public awareness and empower a network for change.
The campaign aims to ensure the long-term protection and restoration of corals reefs across the globe.
This is Now
Louis Masai worked with Synchronicity Earth to create This is Now, a mural art series around London featuring 10 UK species that are either extinct, threatened, or non-native. Its aim was to bring awareness of the extinction crisis home: what little wildlife we still have in the UK may soon be gone unless we change our relationship to the natural world.