NALC makes the move from print to pixel


The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) is excited to announce that it will transition from print publications to exclusively digital publications, effective immediately.

This decision, unanimously supported by county associations across England, is a significant step in NALC's broader commitment to a digital-first strategy, which includes moving office space, transforming digital operations and developing a new website and CRM systems.

The move further certifies NALC's commitment to tackling climate change and follows its declaration of a climate emergency at its Annual Conference in 2019. It offers significant climate benefits by reducing paper consumption, energy usage, waste generation, and carbon emissions, paving the way for a greener and more sustainable future.

Existing NALC digital publications, including its suite of The Good Councillor's guide, will remain freely available to members.

While transitioning to a digital-first organisation presents challenges, NALC views these changes as opportunities for growth and innovation. The organisation is committed to fostering a culture of continuous learning, embracing new technologies, and adapting to emerging trends in the digital landscape.

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