Advice on how to reduce the environmental impact, and especially the energy use and carbon footprint, of every church, congregation and church member.
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In the wake of natural disasters, people and governments come together to offer relief, and needs continue to increase. Better preparedness is needed for the next time – wherever that might be.
A summary of presentations to the Diocese’s Route Around the World event in 2012, about how we respond to our international obligations in relation to the environment and climate change.
Fin out about the work of ALMA (Angola London Mozambique Association) in relation to the environment.
Details of biodiversity action plans for churchyards, to protect their biodiversity interests, promote conservation management and promote their biodiversity value to the wider public.
Biomass boilers may be used to heat both space and water in your church or home. Assess whether your building might be suitable for biomass heating and read about the wood fuel boilers available.