in brief…

July 2007
Sustain' Magazine;2007, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p11
This section offers news briefs on environmental issues as of July 2007. The Church of England has initiated a program to assess its carbon footprint and roll out initiatives to shrink it, in response to a call from the Archbishop of Canterbury to build green parish churches. Funding has been provided from the Darwin Initiative for a film project that will feature conservation and sustainable livelihoods in Kenya and Tanzania. A 2007 survey reports that London commuter residents are slowly moving into South East towns, preferably Ashford in Kent, England


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