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UN Environment Programme sharing their knowledge on Wikipedia. Logo competition
UN Environment Programme sharing their knowledge on Wikipedia
We have been working with the UN Environement Programme to share their knowledge on Wikipedia, they have released their 9 flagship publications under an open license so we can use the text within Wikipedia articles. So far their text has been added to articles which are seen over 600,000 times per month including Plastic pollution, Microplastics, Marine plastic pollution, Soil, Agriculture, Fishing, Aquaculture and Natural disaster. Please add text from their publications on Commons into Wikipedia using these instructions.
Creating a visual identity – compete with your logo designs
As the hub is continuing to grow and form, we are working on the graphic identity. An important part of this is the logo, and that's where you come in!
We are running a competition to find a new logo: the winner will pick their prize as an item of their choice from the Wikipedia Store.
Please share your ideas and designs here by April 30th.
Looking forward to seeing your designs!
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