The recent climate changes are affecting key elements of our ecosystem such as tropical forest, deserts, and coral reefs. Corals are living organisms, closely related to jellyfish that live in colonies. The size of those colonies can vary, the largest coral reef to date, the great barrier is estimated to stretch over 2300 kilometers. There are around 6000 different species of corals around the world that can be categorized into two types: hard corals and soft corals. The single units that populate these colonies are referred to as coral polyps. The threshold for reef survival is very slim. The optimal temperature for coral is between 23 and 29 degrees celsius and can only grow in a PH between 8.1 and 8.4. Throughout the years many researchers and designers have collaborated to counteract reef extensions by designing artificial ones. Projects like Coral Carbonate engineered 3D printed scaffolds that are meant to populate the oceans and house the aquatic lives that live within the reefs. In an effort to push this line of research, Beyond Corals will focus on creating ecosystem pods.