The coral reef ecosystem, that takes up less than 1% of the seafloor, sustains the livelihoods of up to one billion people and 25% of Marine life. But by 2050, less than 30 years away, over 90% of the world’s reefs are projected to die. That’s why a small group of scientists are growing coral 50 times faster and more resilient than in the wild. If they get this right, there will be coral reefs for future generations.
Hacking evolution to grow super coral
Coral reefs sustain life for 1 billion people around the world, but 90% will be extinct by 2050 if we don’t find a solution now.