To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation, and sustain and renew the life of the earth (The fifth mark of Mission)
In February 2020, the General Synod of the Church of England resolved to become carbon neutral by 2030, an objective which Ely Cathedral is seeking to implement.
The Cathedral is also taking part in the A Rocha Eco Church Award Scheme and quicky achieved the Bronze Award, followed soon after by the Silver Award in February 2020.
Our Environment Group RENEW, members of the congregation, clergy, staff and wider community are focused on ‘Going for Gold’, alongside meeting General Synod’s target to become carbon ‘net zero’ by 2030.
Saturday 6 January
Join us from 8-9am, for our monthly litter pick. Coffee and cake afterwards. Meet outside the south door of the Cathedral, just before 8am. All equipment will be provided.
If you missed the recent A Rocha - Hear more about our Big Green Vision event, you can watch a recording below. Andy Atkins, A Rocha UK CEO, and other A Rocha staff give an update on how they are building on their successes and making the most of the new opportunities that have come their way since launching their big green vision in 2021.