Uganda Carbon Bureau - New website

Published: 23rd Feb 2011 in Ethical Web Design

Here's our newly launched website for The Uganda Carbon Bureau.

Uganda Carbon Bureau website

UCB provides a range of services around carbon management and offsetting. They help organisations measure their carbon footprint and take steps to reduce its size. They also provide advice and support to projects planning to develop and sell carbon credits and carry out a range of education and training to increase awareness about climate change.

Uganda Carbon Bureau website

A new Content Management System has been implemented to allow UCB staff to edit website content when and wherever they need to. This is especially useful for their busy News, Events & Resources sections. The visual design brings the website in-line with their strong existing brand, already used in printed materials and displays.

Uganda Carbon Bureau website

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