In concert with our Seventh Principle and with urging from the Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth, the General Assembly (GA) Planning Committee has been working toward the environmental sustainability of our meeting—the “Greening” of GA. To that end, the Planning Committee has entered into consultation with MeetGreen, experts in environmental stewardship with extensive knowledge of environmentally responsible meeting practices. Together, we have worked to determine goals, objectives, and achievable environmental practices, and to monitor the implementation of those practices.
Our goal is to assist host destinations to improve their ability to stage sustainable events, leaving a lasting legacy for other event planners to benefit from. Every year, General Assembly has transformed each city it has been held in without exception.
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) has:
General Assembly sustainability efforts have:
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Last updated on Friday, October 18, 2013.
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