A Church of England primary school has substantially reduced carbon emissions by installing a heat pump below its playing field.
One in 14 Church of England churches are now reporting “net zero” carbon emissions, according to the latest data from the Energy Footprint Toolkit (EFT).
'We must now keep up the moral pressure so that pledges are urgently turned into measurable action': Bishops respond to COP26
The Bishops of Norwich and Reading have commented at the conclusion of COP26.
The Bishop of Norwich, Graham Usher, has called for immediate action on climate change in light of the IPCC report.
Hundreds of young Christians are to lead a pilgrimage which spans the length of the country – from the G7 to COP26.
Hundreds of churches have signed up to a week-long ‘nature count’ beginning this weekend which will encourage people to visit churchyards and record what they see.
The Church of England will be supported in its ambitious aim of achieving net-zero carbon by 2030 through a new partnership with the Durham Energy Institute (DEI).
The cathedral green in central Bristol will be “rewilded” a year after environment activist Greta Thunberg visited Bristol.
Hundreds of churches have already signed up to a week-long ‘nature count’ occurring this summer, which will encourage people to visit churchyards and record what they see.
Bath Abbey is using an ancient water way to heat the World Heritage site.
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