1) To work to achieve reduced year-on-year emissions (in line with the Church of England Synod Resolutions A17.05 and A17.06)
2) To urgently examine what would be required to reach net zero emissions by 2030 in order that a plan of action can be drawn up to achieve that target (in line with the Church of England Synod Resolutions A17.05 and A17.06)
3) To be mindful in our use and acquisition of the world’s resources, aiming to reduce waste at all times and to use environmentally friendly and ethical products wherever possible (e.g. considering fairly-traded, organic, free-range, local, recycled, reused, re-useable, etc.)
4) To model and promote the positive use of, interaction with and management of nature on our own church grounds and beyond through policy, practise and design that is beneficial and non-harmful to plants, animals and people
5) To be a church that encourages leaders, individuals and the wider community to reflect on their place and role in God’s creation by equipping, educating and resourcing them with environmentally focussed worship, prayer, corporate actions and individual decisions.