New website for Camden Climate Change Alliance puts community first

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Camden Council has launched a new-look Climate Change Alliance website with the help of local design agency Westhill Communications.

The new site is the focal point of the Council’s initiative, which supports a network of local businesses committed to proactively tackling environmental issues in the borough and the wider issue of climate change.

Membership has grown dramatically to over 200 since the original site went live in 2009, so the Council is keen to maintain the momentum and move the brand forward.

One of the key features of the new site is a members’ area featuring case studies, a green suppliers directory, carbon footprinting toolkits, downloadable posters, videos, weekly bulletins and useful links to external resources and websites.

The homepage incorporates Twitter feed updates and brings the member resources to the fore. The new site also enables the Alliance to host online events, with the first being an Energy Projects workshop running 13-17 August.

Behind the scenes, the update has provided an opportunity to migrate everything onto the latest Westhill content management system.

Westhill head of digital Brett Willis said: “We had a fairly challenging deadline because everything had to be in place before invites could be sent out for the first event, but everything went well and we’ve launched successfully as planned.”

Alliance Sustainability Officer Adam Webber said: “We’re delighted with the new website, the members’ area in particular will help us better promote Alliance services and will boost the low carbon economy in Camden. We’re hoping to expand on this over the coming months with further functionality.”

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