Abu Dhabi: The COP28 UAE Presidency has unveiled the new official logo and branding for the 28th Session of the Conference of the Parties (COP28) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which will take place at Expo City Dubai from November 30 to December 12, 2023.
The logo carries the concept that we are all inhabitants of “One World.” The spherical design in light and dark green includes a collection of diverse icons, from people and renewable energy technologies to wildlife and nature, all encapsulated in one globe.
The imagery reflects the wealth of humanity’s natural and technological resources, as well as stresses the relevance of innovation across all sectors to lead accommodative and transformational sustainable development.
Mr. Al Jaber further added that “COP28 in the UAE will seek to find global consensus so that we can go further and faster and move from goals to getting it done.”
The design is observed as a reminder to global communities to rally behind urgent climate action and embark on an inclusive pathway towards climate action. The visuals reflect the message that COP28 will be a COP for All that bridges the global north and south as well as includes the public and private sectors, scientists as well as civil society, women, and youth, all of whom are referenced in the iconography.
The new logo and branding will be applied across all COP28 UAE branding, including the newly launched website and on-site at Expo City Dubai. Furthermore, a dynamic animation of the logo can be viewed here, which brings the logo and its story to life on digital media.
Earlier, the COP28 UAE Presidency announced the appointment of a diverse leadership team that will work closely with the UNFCCC as well as the COP27 Presidency to pioneer an inclusive and comprehensive agenda for the global climate summit.
The UAE looks forward to welcoming the world to COP28 as well as to working together with all stakeholders in pursuit of balanced, ambitious, and inclusive outcomes as a hopeful legacy for our future generations.