Oxford, Yale, & Harvard Scholars Track Climate Change Research
Who: Ph.D. Scholars from Oxford, Yale, and Harvard with grants from Somerville College, University of Oxford and the Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development.
What: Create a website that hosts a database of ongoing climate change research. It allows researchers to register and submit their research information.
Solution: We took them from concept to live website within 2 months. Website has 5 pages and 400+ posts.
Member Since: 2022
Products Used: Super Normal, Humane Listings, Wiki Pages, Follow Functionality
Services Used: They commissioned us as an agency to build out custom features.
External Tools Used: Brevo, Datawrapper
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As part of the Humane Club membership, members get a tonne of features out of the box. Here’s what the The Climate Link used:
- All the 5 pages were up.
- In the search page, they used Humane Listing to power discovery
- Homepage: Using Super Normal and some off the shelf tools, we were able to get the right homepage up for them. This included a list of Top 10 research, Map, Statistics.
- For better security, all sign-up/ login happens through password-less logins via magic links.
Custom Build The Last 20%
- A custom post type to store their research meaningfully.
- A crowd-sourced data collection module
- Follow a category of research functionality, where on following, users get emails
Custom Post Type
Each research project needed to hold more information that what WordPress’s Post can hold. Hence, we had to build a custom post type specific to their use case.
The database was created bottom-up i.e by contributors signing up to become registered members of the portal and thereafter inputting information on their own research. On filling it up, the contributors had to submit the entry for review.
End users can follow specific keywords or project pages to get latest updates on new projects or updates to project information. We integrated with SendInBlue to send out the email notifications.
An end user can report an entry as not relevant, fake or others by filling up the contact form