Branding & Logos

Branding & Logos
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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.

Connect4Climate Leaderhead (Black)
Connect4Climate is a global partnership program launched by the World Bank Group and the Italian Ministry of Environment, joined by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, that takes on climate change by promoting solutions and empowering people to act.
 
The Connect4Climate community connects more than 460 partners around the world including civil society groups, media networks, international organizations, academic institutions, youth groups, and the private sector.
 
Connect4Climate interacts with a global audience of more than a million individuals who participate on Connect4Climate's social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, Vimeo, YouTube, Flickr, LinkedIn, and Instagram.
 

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Film4Climate Competition Logo (Black)
The competition was targeted towards young people, aged 14 – 35, for two length categories  - Public Service Announcements and Short Films. In addition to the major prizes for these groups, there will also be a Popular Prize and special awards going to the best videos on the subject of carbon pricing, regional awards for filmmakers from the Middle East and North Africa, and special prizes for young entrants, aged 14 – 17.
 
Learn more about the Film4Climate Global Video Competition 2016 here.
 
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Film4Climate Competition Logo (White Shadow)
The competition was targeted towards young people, aged 14 – 35, for two length categories  - Public Service Announcements and Short Films. In addition to the major prizes for these groups, there will also be a Popular Prize and special awards going to the best videos on the subject of carbon pricing, regional awards for filmmakers from the Middle East and North Africa, and special prizes for young entrants, aged 14 – 17.
 
Learn more about the Film4Climate Global Video Competition 2016 here.
 
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Film4Climate Logo
The Film4Climate initiative is dedicated to greening the silver screen. Established as a natural follow-up to the extraordinary success of our Action4Climate documentary film competition, Film4Climate is a global campaign committed to developing a concrete plan to mitigate the environmental impact of film production as well as raising awareness about climate change through cinema.
 
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Uniting4Climate Logo Competition

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 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.

The Uniting4Climate International VR Pitch Competition asks for a pitch – a proposal for a VR production in the form of a 400-word description and a 1 minute sample video – that will use the particular qualities of VR to illustrate and explain to best effect climate solutions and action, inspiring the unity behind solving the climate challenge. The aim is to enable the widest possible international participation for creative people with a passionate interest in, or strong experience of, climate change action and solutions, but also an appetite for exploring the VR production experience.

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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.

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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.

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All4TheGreen Logo - English Version

All4TheGreen - A week of action in the lead-up of G7 Environment Ministers Meeting.

Bologna became the capital of the Environment with #All4TheGreen: over 70 events opened to the public from June 5 to 12. This series of activities paved the way to the Environment Ministerial Meeting, scheduled for June 11-12. The entire city - institutions, universities, and businesses - were involved over the week, in events dedicated to the protection of the environment, to sustainable development and to the circular economy.

Learn more about the #All4TheGreen week here.

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All4TheGreen Logo

All4TheGreen - A week of action in the lead-up of G7 Environment Ministers Meeting.

Bologna became the capital of the Environment with #All4TheGreen: over 70 events opened to the public from June 5 to 12. This series of activities paved the way to the Environment Ministerial Meeting, scheduled for June 11-12. The entire city - institutions, universities, and businesses - were involved over the week, in events dedicated to the protection of the environment, to sustainable development and to the circular economy.

Learn more about the #All4TheGreen week here.

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All4TheGreen Logo

All4TheGreen - A week of action in the lead-up of G7 Environment Ministers Meeting.

Bologna became the capital of the Environment with #All4TheGreen: over 70 events opened to the public from June 5 to 12. This series of activities paved the way to the Environment Ministerial Meeting, scheduled for June 11-12. The entire city - institutions, universities, and businesses - were involved over the week, in events dedicated to the protection of the environment, to sustainable development and to the circular economy.

A new alliance among institutions, associations, NGOs, private sector firms and corporations has been officially announced this Monday, 29th, 2017, to foster the sustainable development of a circular economy in total respect of the environment. Through the #All4TheGreen initiative, spearheaded by the World Bank Group's Connect4Climate and the Italian Ministry of Environment, over 70 events will take place in Bologna from June 5-12th on the lead up to the G7 Environment.

Learn more about the #All4TheGreen week here.

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