Pathway to Net Zero

We know that individuals, businesses and governments have to act urgently to limit global warming. And now we have a way of playing our part as churches. Check out our top tips for reaching net zero and scroll down for the full pathway.

Top Tips

  1. Sign up for a ‘green tariff’

    Switching to a green energy tariff reduces your carbon footprint significantly.

Getting to net zero means reducing our emissions as much as we can – and then offsetting those we absolutely can’t reduce. The Church of England has set a target for reaching net zero with its buildings and transport by 2030 – and the Diocese of Oxford has a wider net zero target of 2035.

How are we doing? And how can you get involved? Find out more below.

Don’t forget to check out the Net Zero Zone for resources to help you out along the way.

Getting Started

Going Deeper

  • Join in events

    Stay tuned for online events from the national Church and the diocese that can help you learn more about the Pathway.

  • Check out our Net Zero Zone

    Lots of resources to tell you what you can do and what other churches are doing. Search and filter to find exactly what you need.


  • Join one of our groups for churches

    Get in touch and we’ll put you in contact with other churches so that you can share your journey together.

  • Coming soon...

    Join what’s going on locally – we’ll provide suggestions for collaboratively working with local community groups.