As part of their rebranding, Youths For The Environment (Y4TE) have revealed their new logo and website today. An online competition was held, and from the 5 submitted entries the design by Albert Camilleri was chosen as the winner by the organisation’s executive.
“This new logo reflects our fresh way of tackling environmental issues”,Y4TE President Julia Farrugia said. “Many people regard the protection of the environment as a chore which lacks any sort of ‘cool’ factor”.
To add to their new image, the organisation now also have a website that is more interactive and no longer relies on vague information.
Public Relations Officer Marta Falzon told Insite about a new feature introduced within the website; an open blog. “Having a space open to any guest bloggers reinforces one of the key concepts behind Y4TE” she said, “that of creating a sense of community”.
The organisation is planning a number of upcoming events, including a camping weekend in November.
You can visit their new website at http://www.y4te.org/