With the help of Amy Ross, St Paul's is working in 2015-2016 towards becoming the first Eco Church in Cambridge and to be awarded the A Rocha Award. A full audit is being done of all the activities under the St Paul's umbrella and there is a new focus for action every two months eg water use, recycling, travel etc.
The following resources are useful for those wanting to do further reading as we go along.
A Short series of Bible studies by Bryony Webb, St.Paul's member: http://www.eden.co.uk/shop/gods-green-book-2550688.html
A book edited by Jonathan Chaplin, member of St Paul's and Christian ethicist: http://faraday.st-edmunds.cam.ac.uk/resources/Books/LivingLightly.pdf
An accessible introductory book on eco-theology by Dave Bookless : http://www.eden.co.uk/shop/planetwise-pb-1121550.html
Anyone wanting to join the group or support its activities, please contact Amy Ross