Churches and cathedrals are taking on the climate crisis with solar panels on their roofs.
New data reveals that more than 3,000 churches are using a tool created by the Church of England to understand their carbon footprint.
UK faith leaders have called on the Government to ensure its economic recovery plan does not bypass care for the Environment
Church of England bishops have joined with counterparts from around the Anglican Communion in signing a statement warning of 'Environmental Racism.'
The Church of England’s General Synod has set new targets for all parts of the church to work to become carbon ‘net zero’ by 2030.
Thousands of people will take action to help tackle Climate Change as part of the Church of England’s first ever official green Lent campaign, launched today by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.
The Church of England's Energy Footprint Tool is a simple way for churches to calculate their "carbon footprint" in minutes.
The Church of England launches energy rating system similar to those used for household appliances for church buildings as General Synod considers a major new proposal to reach ‘net zero’ CO2 emissions.
Find out news about Everyday Faith and #LiveLent: Care for God's creation, two new campaigns to get involved with, in 2020.
Jo Chamberlain has been appointed as the National Environment Officer for the Church of England, taking forward the strategy developed by the Environment Working Group
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Our national environmental programme exists to help the whole Church take action to care for and renew creation.