Correia's work is mostly a response to environmental justice, often interdisciplinary involving scientists, activists and lawyers. Change takes center stage in her work by tackling utopian healing and proposing actions that merge clinical questions between human and non human inter connectivity and decolonizing of the self. Correia's work is based on participatory articulations, by aiming social transformation, she creates her own platform of communal utterance for radical thinking. Thus she enhances the impact of pollution in urban landscapes, the anthropocene and environmental justice as a form or resilience and transformation.
“Today’s ideas about identity and ownership are increasingly defined by the market-based values imposed by society upon each and every individual in the world. Despite this fact, the notions of utopian time and space have remained the central tenets of Correia’s practice. The many and varied manifestations of protest and resistance, that have emerged in her recent work, have openly been positioned against the profit-driven colonization of natural resources by the engineering processes proper to capitalism’s life-control. Without hesitance to expose her personal discomfort with this situation, her work uncompromisingly demonstrates one particular need: to have the limits of power clearly demarcated once and for all. In her public appeal towards this goal, she pushes forward the idea of collective action where our joint responsibility for the humankind’s gradual downfall is to be not only recognized as an urgent, though formal, task across the world – but to be seriously accounted for”.