The Camden Climate Change Alliance (CCCA) works in partnership with the following organisations to promote sustainability within the borough and beyond.
London Borough of Camden
The CCCA was founded by Camden Council in 2008 and receives core funding from the Council.
Website: London Borough of Camden
Islington Sustainable Energy Partnership, London Borough of Highbury and Islington
The Islington Sustainable Energy Partnership (ISEP) is a non-profit membership organisation helping Islington businesses reduce energy costs, cut carbon and become sustainability leaders. As another Council-led, business-focussed sustainability service, there are clear synergies between ISEP and the CCCA. Therefore we work in partnership to run networking and knowledge-sharing events for members from both organisations.
Website: Islington Sustainable Energy Partnership
Project Dirt is the UK’s most active network connecting and resourcing environmental and community projects. Project Dirt provide the CCCA with a platform to share information on community energy projects which businesses can support, as well as a new platform to manage our CSR Seed Fund.
Website: Project Dirt
Camden Business Improvement Districts
Camden is home to a number of Business Improvement Districts (BID) and business networks. The CCCA works closely with these partners to share opportunities with their members. BIDs and business networks currently affiliated with the CCCA include:
- Urban Partners for King’s Cross, Euston and St Pancras
- Camden Town Unlimited
- Fitzrovia Partnership
- Euston Town
Please get in touch with the CCCA if you are a business network or BID and would like to work with the CCCA on sustainability initiatives.