Sustaining God’s Creation has been set up by the five cathedrals of East Anglia (Chelmsford, Ely, Norwich, Peterborough and St Edmundsbury). They are working together to promote sustainable living, helping us all to honour God’s creation and to care for our neighbours near and far.
On 12 June, they are holding a free online event Sustainable Living: Food and Farming, to be opened by the Bishop of Norwich, the Church of England’s lead on environmental issues.
- Dr Hilary Marlow, University of Cambridge
- Revd Professor Simon Oliver, University of Durham and Durham Cathedral
- Professor Mike Rayner, University of Oxford and Chair of Sustain
- Jake Fiennes, Director of Conservation, The Holkham Estate, Norfolk
Event organised by Eastern Cathedrals – Ely, Peterborough, Norwich, Chelmsford, St Edmundsbury