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EXEMPLAR POWERPOINTS

WRI often uses PowerPoint presentations to communicate with external audiences. It is crucial that the design and composition of these presentations reflect the high quality of WRI’s work. The following examples should be used as guides for creating your own WRI PowerPoint presentations.

WRI’s PowerPoint templates can be downloaded here



STORIES TO WATCH 2014

This presentation was given by Andrew Steer at the National Press Club in January, 2014. It is an excellent example of a high-quality, WRI-branded presentation with appropriate colors, fonts, logos, graphics, and photos.








STORIES TO WATCH 2013

This presentation was given by Andrew Steer at the National Press Club in January, 2013. It is an excellent example of a high-quality, WRI-branded presentation with appropriate colors, fonts, logos, graphics, and photos.










MAKING BIG IDEAS HAPPEN
About WRI PPT: View  |  Download (17mb)

This is the official “About WRI” presentation that explains our institutional mission, programs, and recent top outcomes. Substitute or borrow slides in order to create your own project-specific presentation, however, these slides should not be altered.









STORIES TO WATCH 2012
STW 2012 PPT: View  |  Download (4mb)

This presentation was given by Manish Bapna at the National Press Club in January, 2012. It is a good example of a standard, WRI-branded presentation with appropriate colors, fonts, logos, graphics, and photos.







AQUEDUCT
Aqueduct PPT: View  |  Download (10mb)

Aqueduct’s presentation is an example of a hybrid, co-branded product with WRI’s brand and a project-specific brand. Both brands are applied consistently throughout. 







GREENHOUSE GAS PROTOCOL (GHGP)
GHGP PPT: View  |  Download (3mb)

This presentation demonstrates appropriate use of a non-WRI, project-specific brand. GHGP’s brand is harmonious with WRI’s and has been consistently applied throughout this presentation.







TWENTY-ONE TIPS FOR POWERPOINT
21 Tips PPT: View  |  Download (16mb)

Craig Hanson, along with External Relations, designed this PowerPoint as a guide for how to build more effective presentations. It includes tips on how to write text for your slides, label charts and tables, and use PowerPoint’s more dynamic functions.
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