The logo symbolizes World Parks' vision. The proportions of the logo's feature are roughly in conformance to the following:
The logo is based on the rough proportions of Earth's surface, 71% ocean and 29% land.
Since a globe is only visible one side at a time, the two circles represent two sides of Earth.
The original concept of the seven terrestrial parks, each an average of 1,300 miles in diameter, gives the terrestrial parks a combined area of about 8.5 milion square miles, roughly 5% of Earth's surface and 15% of Earth's land surface. Land is depicted in green. The triangles are inspired by three great continents bearing that shape: Africa, North America and South America. The seven terrestrial parks are represented by two orange ovals.
The oceans are divided into yellow and blue. The blue regions are non-protected ocean. The yellow area represents approximately 30 million square miles of marine parks, comprising 16% of Earth's surface and 22% of the non-land surface of Earth.
The logo's symbolism captures the vision of World Parks' mission in a single view.