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- SDG Logo and Icons
- Mapping the 17 SDGs in celebration of GIS Day
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- Smurfed-Up Climate Action cards
- Special Climate Edition of the Go-Goals board game
SDG Logo and Icons
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) logo, including the colour wheel and 17 icons are available for use in the six official languages of the UN (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish).
Please note that the SDG logo with the UN emblem is only available to UN System partners. All other entities should use the SDG logo without the UN emblem. You are free to use the Sustainable Development Goals icons and colour wheel as per our guidelines. For a list of FAQs please click here.
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To showcase the use of geospatial information and cartography to provide insights and knowledge for a better world, the United Nations Geospatial team prepared maps on each of the Sustainable Development Goals.
The idea to represent the SDGs using the power of geospatial information and cartography is a continuation of a joint publication between the United Nations and the International Cartographic Association (ICA) entitled Mapping for A Sustainable World (2020).
The publication shares cartographic best practices, supports the decision-making processes of the SDG community through geo-visualization, and promotes public awareness of the SDGs.
To achieve the SDGs, governments and individuals need to understand each goal and monitor progress towards reaching it.
Geospatial data and visualization through well-designed maps and diagrams can support this process by effectively illustrating where we are in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and providing a global overview.
The United Nations Geospatial team includes geospatial professionals in the Office of Information and Communications Technology in New York and at the Global Service Centre in Brindisi.
We hope you will enjoy the maps and that they will bring insight and knowledge to your work. View the maps now at: www.un.org/geospatial.
Join and spread the word: a Trello board to share messages with great visuals (social media cards, infographics, pictures) is available in all official UN languages.
In here, we do not tell – we show. Explore the wonderful, visual world of sustainable development told through infographics.
Illustration: World’s Women 2020 – Heavier loads of unpaid work keep women out of the labour market