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A new scheme will offer thousands of Methodist churches in Britain the chance to save money, time and energy on their electricity, gas and oil bills.
Every Quaker in Britain will be urged and supported to reduce their carbon footprint, under a plan adopted by the Annual Yearly Meeting.
Christian Aid has welcomed new research showing that companies which make their carbon footprint public cut costs and attract investment.
Car-sharing, buses, cycling and walking to church are some of the ways Christians could be reducing their carbon footprints, says a new report from the Church of Scotland.
The Church of England will celebrate the first anniversary of its Shrinking the Footprint campaign tomorrow, the 5th June, World Environment Day 2007.
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