Caring for creation - join us on the pathway to Net Zero this June

3rd June 2021

Hand holding glass globe, caring for creation

In June it is hoped that Covid restrictions will be lifted and most activities can return to normal. June is also the month in which we celebrate Environment Sunday (6 June) and when the G7 nations meet in Cornwall for their climate conference, so it is an appropriate time to consider how we can take steps to care for our planet.

David Maggs, Mission Team Leader (Environment champion) says, “In 2020 the diocese’s new environmental strategy was approved by Synod. The Covid pandemic forestalled a major launch of the strategy, but as things start to return to normal we hope we can start to help people consider how they and their church can help care for creation. While we recognise many churches are still not open and not everyone able to meet in person, there are still many ways to get involved.  Over the next few months we will be sharing a range of resources and ways to play your part as we approach COP26, the vital UN Environment Conference which takes place in Glasgow in November.”

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