The Church of England sheds light on a holy ‘practical path’ for net zero carbon

It has released a practical guide including recommendations on how churches can reduce their energy use and the associated carbon dioxide emissions

The Church of England has published a practical guide to reaching net zero carbon, with the aim to summarise how churches can reduce their energy use and associated carbon dioxide emissions.

Based on the findings of a church energy audit programme, it offers a 'practical path' to net zero carbon, setting out where most churches should start in order to reach their carbon-neutrality goals.

The organisation suggests churches should have the key priorities of switching to 100% renewable electricity and green gas, maintaining the roof so as to prevent warm air escaping and fixing broken window panes to reduce heat loss.

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