Church of England launches energy rating tool as Synod considers new ‘net zero’ carbon target    

The Church of England is launching an energy ratings system similar to those used for household appliances to help monitor the carbon footprint of its almost 40,000 buildings, as the General Synod considers a major new proposal to reach ‘net zero’ CO2 emissions. Members of Synod, which meets in London next month, will debate a motion calling on all parts of the Church of England – from parishes to national bodies – to aim for ambitious year-on-year reductions in emissions to reach “net zero” by 2045 at the latest. Synod, which More

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