"The 'redemption' of people and material life in general is not a matter of resigning from the business of labour and of transformation... but the search for a form of action that will preserve and nourish an interconnected development of humanity and its environment."
Dr Rowan Williams
When the Environment Agency published its list of fifty recommended actions to 'save the planet', second from the top was:
'Religious leaders to make the planet their priority: it is time that they fulfilled their rightful collective role in reminding us that we have a duty to restore and maintain the ecological balance of the planet'.
But it is not just religious leaders, we all have a responsibility to live more sustainably and that doesn't necessarily have to mean making sacrifices.
How sustainable are your choices?