1 min read

Azerbaijan Unveils COP29 Logo

The logo for the 29th UN Climate Change Conference (COP29) has been unveiled in Baku.

COP29 Operating Company Chair Narmin Jarchalova while unveiling the logo at a press conference said the logo symbolizes the COP29 presidency’s multifaceted initiatives, blending buta motifs with leaves and water droplets to highlight ecological vulnerability and Azerbaijan’s cultural heritage.

Jarchalova noted that the buta motif embraces sustainability and innovation, bridging past and future.

“The combination of buta motifs and water drops represents unity and the elements—flora, fauna, air, water, energy, and the universe.

“With its roots in Azerbaijan’s history and its timeless cultural heritage, the buta motif embraces sustainability and innovation, and forms a bridge between past and future.

“The combination of buta motifs represents unity, and in depicting drops of water, the buta motifs also represent five different elements – flora and fauna, air and wind, water, energy, and the universe,” she says.

Amid climate challenges, the COP29 logo emphasizes the importance of harmony between humanity and the environment, promoting ecologically sensitive and action-oriented approaches.

By Dare Akogun


Dare Akogun

Dare Akogun is a dynamic media innovator, strategic communication professional, and seasoned climate and environmental sustainability journalist with over 10 years of influential contributions to the media industry.

He Currently serving as the Head of Digital Media, Senior News Editor, and a presenter at Sobi FM 101.9, a leading radio station in Ilorin, Nigeria.

Dare is on a mission to leverage his media innovation expertise and project management skills to produce high-quality, accurate, and engaging content, while advocating for reduced fossil fuel consumption, especially coal, to combat effect of global warming.

He has covered comprehensively environmental issues and COP conferences, including COP28 in Dubai last year , COP 27 in Egypt, and the United Nations Least Developed Countries conference in Doha, in 2023.

He is a recipient of fellowship to be part of a 15 team of journalists selected worldwide to cover the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue 2024.

He has a Master's Degree in Mass Communication, from the University of Lagos, a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from the Lagos State University and also a
Certification in Business Administration and Management, from the Babson College, Massachusetts, United States of America.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Previous Story

Climate Crisis: Just Two Years Left to Save the Planet – Stiell

Next Story

Environmentalists Call for End to Plastic Pollution on World Earth Day