Worcester Cathedral has been awarded a Silver Eco Church Award by A Rocha UK, a Christian environmental charity. The cathedral’s eco group has implemented measures including a rewilding project, a wildlife habitat, a series of community events, and an energy assessment and carbon emissions report. The Eco Group aims to achieve the Eco-Church Gold Standard Award and net zero carbon emissions by 2030. The Vice-Dean of Worcester, Canon Stephen Edwards, said the Eco Group was “thrilled” to have achieved the award, adding that the cathedral aimed to “minimise its negative corporate impact on the environment” and “care for the natural environment and biodiversity”. The aim of A Rocha UK’s Eco Church award scheme is to celebrate church communities’ engagement with caring for the earth, as part of their Christian faith.
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