We are proud to announce our participation in the 2024 IDB Campaign alongside our partners at the UN. The International Day for Biodiversity, observed annually on 22 May, commemorates the adoption of the Convention on Biological Diversity in 1992. This year’s theme, “Be part of the Plan,” underscores the urgent need for collective action to support the implementation of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework.

At Oasis immersion, we believe in the transformative power of nature and art, and our Root for Nature initiative embodies this ethos. Inspired by the historic COP15 agreement, in which 188 countries committed to protecting 30% of all land and oceans by 2030, Root for Nature is more than just an immersive experience—it’s a testament to our shared responsibility.

The “Montreal Moment” marked a pivotal shift in our collective consciousness, with nations pledging to halt and reverse biodiversity loss. Root for Nature stands as an ode to optimism, celebrating the intersection of art and biodiversity as a reflection of our intrinsic connection to the natural world. It serves as a poignant reminder that every action, no matter how small, contributes to building a sustainable future.

The Biodiversity Plan offers a roadmap for cooperation and partnerships among diverse stakeholders, including governments, indigenous peoples, NGOs, businesses, and individuals. As we celebrate IDB 2024,, we invite everyone to join us in being part of the solution. Together, we can make a difference for our planet and future generations.

Produced and traveled by OASIS Immersive Studios in collaboration with National Geographic, Root for Nature features 70 minutes of immersive content, thematic installations, and educational workshops. The exhibition invites participants of all ages to become catalysts for positive change. A unique blend of art and awareness addressing the challenges of our biodiversity.

Contact us to discover collaboration opportunities and to bring this immersive experience to your city: [email protected]

Because we all have a part to play. Because we are biodiversity.