Chile is known for having more than 4,000 kilometers of coastline and for protecting almost half of its marine areas, among the highest rates of protection in the world.
The COP 25 logo is therefore mostly blue. It is inspired by the oceans and seas, electromobility, clean and renewable energies, and the urgency with which we must act to face climate change. It makes reference to the clean and mobilizing development to which we aspire, and which can be reached through concrete climate actions.
Chile is also known for being long and narrow, a shape that fits well into the clock in the logo.
This is the Blue COP. We know that time is running out and we have to act. That is why the clock is a clear symbol that the "Time For Action" is now.
Whatever use of the logo of the COP25 Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change must be with the approval of its sole owner, Fundación Imagen de Chile. To request write to firstname.lastname@example.org.