WeTree In harmony with nature
WeTree is an exhibition designed to encourage visitors to plant trees, in an effort to improve the environment.
Each section of the exhibition - root, trunk, and canopy - helps visitors learn the functions of each part of a tree and its relationship to the ecosystem. Through this learning experience, visitors can appreciate the significant contribution of trees to our well-being. As a call to action, visitors are provided seeds and soil and asked to plant a tree.
Environmental issues, caused by humans, have been building for decades, and are bringing serious changes to our everyday lives: climate change, soil erosion, poor air quality, and undrinkable water. In addition, these impacts affect not only ourselves but for all species of plants and animals.
To build a better living environment for all on this planet, we must dedicate ourselves to solving the issues by various approaches, such as new energy innovation, reusable products, and enforcement of these policies. Furthermore, we must keep educating people to increase awareness of ways to protect nature.
This exhibit focuses on an immersive, forest experience, to allow guests to find respect for the significance of trees. Present harmony with nature, taking those benefits, and then asking every individual to participate in environmental protection, can help solve some of the issues we face. I believe planting trees is the easiest, most efficient way for each of us to improve the environment.
Pershing Square, DTLA