Renfrewshire Region of Charges - Climate Crisis initiative
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United Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway

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Scottish Episcopal Church Crest

St John the Evangelist Church - Johnstone

Vestry, Music, Cleaners, Gardening, Hospitality, Property

Vestry responses - 10 Points of Guidance

1.Seeking to reduce energy use in all our buildings and moving from oil/gas to electricity where possible Charge response: Response text in here
2.Implementing renewable energy solutions such as heat pumps and solar power on our property Charge response: Response text in here
3.Using less polluting forms of transport, moving to electric or hybrid cars, car sharing, wherever possible walking or cycling Charge response: Response text in here
4.Developing wildlife conservation schemes in our land Charge response: Response text in here
5.Using Fair Trade, environment-and animal-friendly products wherever possible Charge response: Response text in here
6.Reducing waste by composting and recycling as much of it as possible Charge response: Response text in here
7.Reducing paper usage (and then only using recycled paper) Charge response: Response text in here
8.Using online meetings often, but balanced with our need for human contact and Christian fellowship Charge response: Response text in here
9.Disseminating information on good practice, and seeking expert advice, practical help, and funding possibilities Charge response: Response text in here
10.Promoting sustainability through our preaching, liturgy and teaching, and setting a good example Charge response: Response text in here
Our dedicated Vestry Climate Advocate is : Mx Saviour Two
Other points/comments: Response: Response text in here
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Musicians responses - 10 Points of Guidance

1.Seeking to reduce energy use in all our buildings and moving from oil/gas to electricity where possible Charge response:
2.Implementing renewable energy solutions such as heat pumps and solar power on our property Charge response:
3.Using less polluting forms of transport, moving to electric or hybrid cars, car sharing, wherever possible walking or cycling Charge response:
4.Developing wildlife conservation schemes in our land Charge response:
5.Using Fair Trade, environment-and animal-friendly products wherever possible Charge response:
6.Reducing waste by composting and recycling as much of it as possible Charge response:
7.Reducing paper usage (and then only using recycled paper) Charge response:
8.Using online meetings often, but balanced with our need for human contact and Christian fellowship Charge response:
9.Disseminating information on good practice, and seeking expert advice, practical help, and funding possibilities Charge response:
10.Promoting sustainability through our preaching, liturgy and teaching, and setting a good example Charge response:
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Cleaners responses - 10 Points of Guidance

1.Seeking to reduce energy use in all our buildings and moving from oil/gas to electricity where possible Charge response:
2.Implementing renewable energy solutions such as heat pumps and solar power on our property Charge response:
3.Using less polluting forms of transport, moving to electric or hybrid cars, car sharing, wherever possible walking or cycling Charge response:
4.Developing wildlife conservation schemes in our land Charge response:
5.Using Fair Trade, environment-and animal-friendly products wherever possible Charge response:
6.Reducing waste by composting and recycling as much of it as possible Charge response:
7.Reducing paper usage (and then only using recycled paper) Charge response:
8.Using online meetings often, but balanced with our need for human contact and Christian fellowship Charge response:
9.Disseminating information on good practice, and seeking expert advice, practical help, and funding possibilities Charge response:
10.Promoting sustainability through our preaching, liturgy and teaching, and setting a good example Charge response:
Other points/comments: Response:
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Gardening responses - 10 Points of Guidance

1.Seeking to reduce energy use in all our buildings and moving from oil/gas to electricity where possible Charge response:
2.Implementing renewable energy solutions such as heat pumps and solar power on our property Charge response:
3.Using less polluting forms of transport, moving to electric or hybrid cars, car sharing, wherever possible walking or cycling Charge response:
4.Developing wildlife conservation schemes in our land Charge response:
5.Using Fair Trade, environment-and animal-friendly products wherever possible Charge response:
6.Reducing waste by composting and recycling as much of it as possible Charge response:
7.Reducing paper usage (and then only using recycled paper) Charge response:
8.Using online meetings often, but balanced with our need for human contact and Christian fellowship Charge response:
9.Disseminating information on good practice, and seeking expert advice, practical help, and funding possibilities Charge response:
10.Promoting sustainability through our preaching, liturgy and teaching, and setting a good example Charge response:
Other points/comments: Response:
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Hospitality responses - 10 Points of Guidance

1.Seeking to reduce energy use in all our buildings and moving from oil/gas to electricity where possible Charge response:
2.Implementing renewable energy solutions such as heat pumps and solar power on our property Charge response:
3.Using less polluting forms of transport, moving to electric or hybrid cars, car sharing, wherever possible walking or cycling Charge response:
4.Developing wildlife conservation schemes in our land Charge response:
5.Using Fair Trade, environment-and animal-friendly products wherever possible Charge response:
6.Reducing waste by composting and recycling as much of it as possible Charge response:
7.Reducing paper usage (and then only using recycled paper) Charge response:
8.Using online meetings often, but balanced with our need for human contact and Christian fellowship Charge response:
9.Disseminating information on good practice, and seeking expert advice, practical help, and funding possibilities Charge response:
10.Promoting sustainability through our preaching, liturgy and teaching, and setting a good example Charge response:
Other points/comments: Response:
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Property issues responses - 10 Points of Guidance

1.Seeking to reduce energy use in all our buildings and moving from oil/gas to electricity where possible Charge response:
2.Implementing renewable energy solutions such as heat pumps and solar power on our property Charge response:
3.Using less polluting forms of transport, moving to electric or hybrid cars, car sharing, wherever possible walking or cycling Charge response:
4.Developing wildlife conservation schemes in our land Charge response:
5.Using Fair Trade, environment-and animal-friendly products wherever possible Charge response:
6.Reducing waste by composting and recycling as much of it as possible Charge response:
7.Reducing paper usage (and then only using recycled paper) Charge response:
8.Using online meetings often, but balanced with our need for human contact and Christian fellowship Charge response:
9.Disseminating information on good practice, and seeking expert advice, practical help, and funding possibilities Charge response:
10.Promoting sustainability through our preaching, liturgy and teaching, and setting a good example Charge response:
Other points/comments: Response: