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Below you will find our flyer, our activity graphic, a selection of our logos and some graphics we have used for our initiatives and competitions. You can drag and save the logos to your desktop or download the vector files.

Uniting4Climate Logo - Connect4Climate

World Bank’s Global Partnership Program, Connect4Climate is joining the Government of the Republic of Fiji’s incoming Presidency of COP23 in collaboration with Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, and other partners to present the #Uniting4Climate communications campaign. The campaign is meant to highlight unity in support of climate solutions; countries, cities, regions, businesses, civil society and individuals are “Uniting for Climate Action.”

In the lead up and during COP 23 (Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) partners will share messages, host events and showcase climate solutions under the #Uniting4Climate hashtag.

Uniting4Climate Campaign Logo

World Bank’s Global Partnership Program, Connect4Climate is joining the Government of the Republic of Fiji’s incoming Presidency of COP23 in collaboration with Germany’s Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, and other partners to present the #Uniting4Climate communications campaign. The campaign is meant to highlight unity in support of climate solutions; countries, cities, regions, businesses, civil society and individuals are “Uniting for Climate Action.”

In the lead up and during COP 23 (Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) partners will share messages, host events and showcase climate solutions under the #Uniting4Climate hashtag.

Connect4Climate is a global partnership program based at the World Bank Group working to communicate climate change. It is supported by the Italian Ministry of Environment, Land and Sea, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and the World Bank Group, along with more than 400 partners from civil society, media networks, international organizations, academic institutions, youth groups and the private sector.

The Connect4Climate logo comes in two versions: horizontal and vertical. The horizontal version is the primary logo and should be used whenever possible. The vertical version should be used when the space that is allotted for the logo does not accomodate a horizontal logo. The mark can also be used by itself, without the Connect4Climate wordmark.

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The Connect4Climate logo comes in two versions: horizontal and vertical. The horizontal version is the primary logo and should be used whenever possible. The vertical version should be used when the space that is allotted for the logo does not accommodate a horizontal logo. The mark can also be used by itself, without the Connect4Climate wordmark.

If you can't download this graphic material, please let us know.

If you can't download this graphic material, please let us know.

If you can't download this graphic material, please let us know.

Connect4Climate’s logo is a valuable commodity which has been developed to be used in a specific manner. Consistent use of the mark is necessary from both a branding and legal standpoint. See our Brand Guidelines here: ripeserver.com/brand/world-bank

The Connect4Climate logo comes in two versions: horizontal and vertical. The horizontal version is the primary logo and should be used whenever possible. The vertical version should be used when the space that is allotted for the logo does not accomodate a horizontal logo. The mark can also be used by itself, without the Connect4Climate wordmark.

This report concerns activities of the World Bank Group Communication for Climate Change Multi-Donor Trust Fund since March 2013. A separate report concerns activities since MDTF establishment through February 2013.

Connect4Climate is a global partnership program based at the World Bank Group working to communicate climate change. It is supported by the Italian Ministry of Environment, Land and Sea, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and the World Bank Group, along with more than 400 partners from civil society, media networks, international organizations, academic institutions, youth groups and the private sector.

If you can't download this graphic material, please let us know.