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Brian Cuthbertson

About Brian Cuthbertson

Brian is the Head of Environment and Sustainability at the Diocese of London.

Brian Cuthbertson / 14 December 2021

Gas and Energy Supply and Prices Crisis

Brian Cuthbertson, Head of Environment and Sustainability, shares advice around the current energy crisis. 

Brian Cuthbertson / 25 October 2021

Christian leaders urge protection of creation as ‘COP’ summit approaches

Archbishop Justin, Pope Francis and Patriarch Bartholomew have signed a join message for the protection of God’s creation. 

Brian Cuthbertson / 20 October 2021

Ring out for the climate

Could you join churches around the country to ring out your church bells on Saturday 30th October? A coordinated alert to coincide with the COP26.

Brian Cuthbertson / 27 September 2021

Energy Footprint Tool wins national award

The Church of England has won through in the National Energy Awards to secure an award for its Energy Footprint Tool (EFT).

Energy Footprint Tool for churches
Brian Cuthbertson / 6 September 2021

Closing date approaches for annual parish returns, energy footprint tool

The Energy Footprint Tool (EFT) remains open for entries, until 30th September.

Brian Cuthbertson / 18 August 2021

UN climate science report released ahead of Glasgow summit, and amid floods and wildfires

The IPCC’s report has been published ahead of the annual global climate summit in Glasgow in November.

Brian Cuthbertson / 16 August 2021

Creationtide and Climate Sunday: your church’s chance to focus on the climate crisis

The Church’s national Climate Sunday is scheduled for Sunday 5th September 2021, during Creationtide.

Environment and the Church leading up to COP26
Brian Cuthbertson / 9 February 2021

Surge in climate change effort by churches and people

Brian Cuthbertson outlines six ways we can get involved in the fight against climate change.

Brian Cuthbertson / 17 December 2020

Energy and carbon from London churches hit record low

Churches across the Diocese of London have been cutting the energy use and carbon emissions, which would contribute to dangerous climate change, as 2019 figures for energy usage have revealed greatly reduced emissions.

Brian Cuthbertson / 29 October 2020

Energy footprint tool leads surge in environmental action

The Diocese of London is showing the way in tackling climate change through the efficient management of property and buildings.

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