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We had the privilege of working with Oasis Immersion on their new Root For Nature exhibition, designing workshops to encourage visitors to take action to protect biodiversity.

Root for Nature is meant to be a moment suspended in time, a moving experience that underscores the importance of preserving the balance of our beautiful planet. It also encourages us to act in support of the COP15 commitments to protect 30% of all ecosystems by 2030.
The production of this immersive experience brought together a number of organizations with an interest in conservation, sustainable development, storytelling and exhibitions, including the United Nations, the David Suzuki Foundation, Workshops for Biodiversity, Age of Union Environmental Alliance, Palais des congrès de Montréal, Tourisme Montréal, WSP and National Geographic.
After the immersive experience, visitors are invited to the OASIS Immersion Lounge, which has been transformed into the Regenaration Lounge for the occasion. On the agenda are five workshops organized by Ateliers pour la Biodiversité, designed to raise awareness of the impact of human activities on biodiversity, provide tips for conservation in our daily lives, and information on how to get involved in the process of protecting land with local and national authorities. These colourful and entertaining activities are open to everyone. Participants will leave the exhibition with practical knowledge that they can easily apply at home and in their daily lives to help protect our natural environment.


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