Biodiversity Day 2021 - Logo

This year we have launched a customizable logo for Biodiversity Day 2021!
Biodiversity Day 2021 logo


Biodiversity Day 2021 focuses on the new global biodiversity framework, which will be adopted at the upcoming UN Biodiversity Conference (COP15). The campaign is a call to action for biodiversity.

The hashtag for overall biodiversity communications work in 2021 is #ForNature.


Rationale for the design

  • A popular graphic representation of “solutions” is a puzzle.
  • Each piece can be given a meaning.
  • Each piece of the puzzle connects to others, symbolizing interconnectedness.
  • On 22 May, Biodiversity Day, the pieces come together.


The logo can be customized

You can show support for biodiversity by customizing the logo with your name. Please read the guidelines if you wish to create your own custom logo.


Customization tools

High-resolution files can be created by downloading the .zip files below and using Adobe Illustrator (manual customization).

Web-quality files in the 6 United Nations languages and more can be generated here. Logos generated with this tool will appear here after they have been approved.

This tool (PowerPoint) can help you manually create logos in any language.

The CBD Secretariat assists Parties in producing their national logo, as needed.


Download the logo


العربية - English - Español - Français - Русский - 中文


Puzzle pieces and icons


ZIP file with pieces and icons


Other languages

If you create other language versions (of the main logo above), please send them to us to be shared in this space. Last year, the logo was translated into 51 languages (thank you to all those who have contributed), let's break that record!



Greek: courtesy of the pedagogical staff of the Environmental Education Center of Kastoria


Hindi: courtesy of Blaise F.


Japanese: courtesy of the Nature Conservation Society of Japan in collaboration with the Ministry of the Environment


Kannada: courtesy of Dhanush Shetty


Konkani: courtesy of the Goa State Biodiversity Board


Korean: courtesy of Haelang Park


Marathi: courtesy of Blaise F.






Scots Gaelic: courtesy of the Perth & Kinross Council


Tamil: courtesy of D. Arulkumar, Tamil Nadu Forest Department


Telugu: courtesy of the Telangana State Biodiversity Board


Logos customized with endemic species


Thailand: courtesy of the Office of Natural Resource and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP), Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment