Church of England Environment Programme

We believe that responding to the climate crisis is an essential part of our responsibility to safeguard God's creation and achieve a just world. Climate change hits hardest the poorest countries and poorest people of the world. Meantime, the widespread destruction of the natural world is a crisis for creation.

Our Environment Programme exists to enable the whole Church to address this — in faith, practice and mission. This includes tackling our own carbon emissions (aiming for Net Zero Carbon by 2030) and our wider work.

Tackling our carbon emissions (Net Zero Carbon by 2030)

Other useful Net Zero Carbon pages
Carbon Footprint tools and reports

Our wider work

About the Environment Programme

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The National Environment Working Group
Lead Bishop for the Environment
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"Reducing the causes of climate change is essential to the life of faith. It is a way to love our neighbour and to steward the gift of creation." 

Archbishop Justin Welby