Net zero related articles
The Church of England reports a steady decrease in carbon emissions in 2021, according to new data from its Energy Footprint Tool.
An urban church community has developed an abandoned patch of church land into a thriving garden, teeming with wildlife and benefitting the locals.
From making local honey to building bug hotels and hosting outdoor services, churches around the country are finding innovative ways to go greener and do their bit to help the planet this Season of Creation.
Emily Gee has been appointed Director for Cathedral and Church Buildings for the Church of England.
The Church of England's Energy Footprint Tool is a simple way for churches to calculate their "carbon footprint" in minutes.
The Energy Toolkit allows dioceses, cathedrals and church schools to find out their 'carbon footprint'.
On World Environment Day, Bishop Graham Usher writes about why the Church of England is backing the People's Plan for Nature, and why you should, too.