Diocesan Environment Committee
The Diocesan Environment Committee comprises people with environmental expertise and a particular interest in local issues. Their main project is to encourage parishes and deaneries to put the environment on their agenda.
Building on the work already going on in churches, the Committee wants to encourage people to enjoy and care for God's creation. Often people want to do more but are puzzled as exactly how to go about it - this is where our Committee can help, for instance by building up resources.
We particularly want to hear from individuals and churches about their successes and the work they would like to do.
Chair of the group is Robert Skelton: email@example.com
Related Links to Environmental Matters
- Why does it matter to you? (theology)
- Is it serious then? (science)
- Who's going to get involved? (recruiting key people)
- How are you going to do it? (starting things going)
- Do you want some help? (national and local groups)
- What do you want to start with? (possible projects)
- Who's had a go already? (stories from around the Diocese)
- Forthcoming events