Delegates from across the Stepney area came to be inspired to make caring for God’s creation a key part of their church’s mission and ministry.
Brian Cuthbertson analyses the energy used in our church buildings and discusses the mixed picture over the last several years.
Chinese government officials see the high environmental standards of St Paul’s Hammersmith and learn about how the Diocese is reducing CO2.
St James’s Piccadilly is hosting an Eco Fun Palace to raise awareness of environmental issues
After just one month with the newly-appointed recycling contractor The First Mile, Diocesan House has been awarded a Silver Standard certificate.
The Big Church Switch is a new campaign to get all our churches to switch to renewable energy, away from energy which comes from climate harming fossil fuels like coal, oil and gas.
For Anglicans, Catholics and many others, Lent is the time when we remember the 40 days that Jesus spent in the wilderness, facing challenge and temptation.
Members of the Church of England will set off from St Martin-in-the-Fields on 13 November for the climate change Pilgrimage to Paris, ahead of the UN’s crucial climate talks.
Brian Cuthbertson, Head of Environment and Sustainability, highlights a major discussion evening at St Paul’s Institute on the behavioural changes needed to tackle climate change.
Faith groups including the Anglican Church are strongly encouraging governments and the international community to reach agreement in United Nations talks to find a plan to tackle climate change. The next round of talks (known as COP 20) is at Lima in Peru from 1 to 12 December 2014. COP 21 in Paris, at the same time next year, is widely seen as a crucial landmark, one that must not be fumbled.