Est. In 2023.

The School of Civil Celebrancy Learner Charter - Environmental Policy

1. Introduction

The School of Civil Celebrancy recognises the importance and urgency of environmental issues, including climate change.

As a business that supports those affected by well-being & complementary health, the School of Civil Celebrancy is also uniquely placed to recognise that mental health and the planet’s well-being are intrinsically linked.

In addition to complying with environmental legislation, the School of Civil Celebrancy is committed to minimising its impact on the environment and strives to implement sustainable practices wherever possible.

2. Purpose

The Environmental Policy outlines how the School of Civil Celebrancy will improve its environmental performance, addressing both physical and socio-economic dimensions.

3. Responsibilities

The Principle is responsible for the implementation of the Environmental Policy. However, staff members also have a responsibility to comply with the objectives of the policy.

This policy aims to improve environmental performance in the following key area:

4. Objectives

  1. Education & Engagement: Provide environmental education and promote engagement with environmental initiatives.

  2. Health & Wellbeing: Promote the health and wellbeing of staff and volunteers.

  3. Energy & Emission: Reduce energy consumption and emission.

  4. Water & Waste: Minimise water consumption and waste.

  5. Transport & Travel: Reduce the need to travel and encourage greener modes of transport.

  6. Biodiversity: Improve local biodiversity and minimise harm to the ecosystem.


This policy will be reviewed every 12 months by the School of Civil Celebrancy Team.

Please view the School of Civil Celebrancy Terms and Conditions for additional information. Please click here for our T’s and C’s.

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