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The commune of Uccle commits for climate


Commune d'Uccle


Awareness Campaign




Art Direction / Visual Identity / Logo / Poster / Newsletter / Copywriting


Environment / Social




Co-constructing a Climate Action Programme with citizens

In 2019, the Uccle City Council unanimously adopted a climate emergency motion and set the goal of reducing its CO2 emissions by 50% by 2030 and achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. A Citizens’ Climate Assembly (CCA) has been set up to co-construct a Climate Action Program (CAP) with the citizens.


Invite the inhabitants of Uccle to take part in the debate

The municipality of Uccle called upon MOJO to imagine and develop an awareness campaign to invite the inhabitants of the district to take part in the debate and to commit themselves to the climate.

Approach & methodology

An inclusive communication campaign

Challenge accepted! To meet this challenge, we designed a multi-channel communication campaign, developed in French and Dutch. Message-wise, a disruptive and inclusive approach was chosen to reach both an audience already aware of the climate issue, but also people who feel less – or not – concerned by the subject.  

From graphic research to art direction, from the design of the logo and graphic charter to the poster creation, we developed the entire visual universe of the campaign. The logo is designed from a round shape, based on the idea of gathering and citizen assembly. 

To increase the impact and accessibility of the messages, we chose to use a bold and highly visible typeface along with a vibrant and contrasting color palette. A QR code was placed on the posters to add an interactive dimension and engage directly with passers-by. 

As for the editorial line, we opted for witty punchlines that could be adapted endlessly, a nod to ecology, current events, and the campaign’s geographical focus. 

The campaign was broadcast in the public space (bus shelters, billboards, Vilo city bikes network), as well as social networks, the newsletter, and the website of the Uccle City Council. 

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