Official Climate Commitment Logos
If you are a signatory of the Climate Commitment, you can download and display the logos below on your websites and publications. Institutions that are part of the Climate Leadership Network are also free to use the Second Nature logo in their publications and website. Please do not distort, crop, or recolor these logos.
For eps files and logo support, please contact our communications staff. If you are currently displaying the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) logo on your website, please replace with the new logos below.
A few branding guidelines and FAQs:
What are the name of the Commitments? What is the name of my school’s Commitment?
When referring to all 3 commitments together, we call them the “Presidents’ Climate Leadership Commitments”. When referring to the specific Commitment your institution signed, it will be either the “Carbon Commitment”, the “Climate Commitment”, or the “Resilience Commitment”. Please do not add the words “Presidents'” or “Leadership” to the name of your commitment (ex: the Climate Leadership Commitment” or the “Presidents’ Climate Commitment”), as these are not accurate.
Example of accurate wording is below:
Ex 1: Narnia Community College is a signatory of the Presidents’ Climate Leadership Commitments since January 2017.
Ex 2: Narnia Community College is a signatory of the Climate Commitment since January 2017. The Climate Commitment is one of 3 Commitments which make up the Presidents’ Climate Leadership Commitments, a flagship program of the nonprofit Second Nature.
What if my school originally signed the ACUPCC? How do I talk about it?
The easiest way is to refer to the new Commitment name, “Carbon Commitment”. If a clarification would be helpful, you can include a parenthesis that reads “originally known as the ACUPCC or the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment”. Then you can explain how your college or university expanded their commitment by signing the Climate Commitment.
Ex: The College of Neverland signed the Carbon Commitment in 2007 (originally known as the ACUPCC) and since then has implemented a multitude of impressive climate initiatives. They later added resilience to their carbon goals by signing the Climate Commitment in 2015.
Then, what is the Network called? Who is in it?
Any signatory of the Presidents’ Climate Leadership Commitments become a part of the Climate Leadership Network. You can frame your school’s participation in the Commitments by referring to this too.
Ex: Hogwarts University has been a part of the Climate Leadership Network since 2016, when President Dumbledore signed the Climate Commitment.
What if I still have questions?
For questions about branding, or for further design elements, contact [email protected].
Climate Commitment- Color
RGB: 223 / 115 / 80 CYMK: 9 / 67 / 74 / 0 Hex: #DF7350
Climate Commitment- Black
Climate Commitment- White
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