Tell us about your Eco Action!

Wednesday 17th March 2021

We’re calling on people across the diocese to tell us more about the environmental activities going on in parishes so that we can build an understanding of the impact we’re having on our common home.

Guide our Environmental Strategy

Are you connected to our diocese in any capacity? Please take 10-15 minutes to complete our diocesan survey.

In March 2019 Bishop John wrote to everyone in our diocese calling on them to play their part in responding to the climate and ecological crisis, he asked us all to ‘think global, act local’ and highlighted the positive impact that we can have by making changes to help the environment. We have seen a lot of great work happening across the Diocese, for which we are very grateful. We have also been progressing work at the Laudato Si Centre and are currently developing an environment plan for the Diocese.

We would like to hear your views and ideas to help shape our environmental plan and environmental work. We are also interested to explore the level of environmental awareness and commitment across the Diocese.

If you want to get involved please contact

Fill in the survey here 

Case Studies from Around the Diocese

We are collecting information about things that are going on across the Diocese that have something to do with sustainability or ecology. We would like to know if there are things happening in your parish, school or community. This could be almost anything – it could be the creation of a wildlife garden, tree planting, food growing, the formation of an environmental committee and activities, special prayer services, homilies, screening environmental films and hosting discussions, environmental education programmes or the installation of renewable energy for example.

If you know of any activities like this that you would like to share, please explain them in the form below. The work that you or your colleagues have been doing might be interesting or helpful to the work of other people, across Salford Diocese and in other dioceses, parishes or schools. We would like to hear about anything that you think is relevant.

Once we have this information we will use this to connect Laudato Si spaces and networks across the Diocese, and to provide practical examples as part of a developing sustainability transition framework and toolkit that will be available for all dioceses.  The information will also be shared with Diocesan Environmental Leads across England and Wales, and their networks, which they may use for their environmental strategies and for encouraging further action and activities.  We would also like to produce a series of case studies that will be available to share electronically and via the Diocese websites.

You can download a word document form to return here. 

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