WHEREAS, current energy production is dependent upon finite resources; and
WHEREAS, unlimited growth is leading to the depletion of all natural
resources, including possible sources of energy, at an unprecedented rate, the
projected consequences of which will be disastrous for the world society; and
WHEREAS, all conventional processes of energy production and consumption have
some environmental effects; and
WHEREAS, at present and projected use rates world supplies of petroleum and
natural gas will be virtually depleted within 50 years;
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the 1977 General Assembly of the Unitarian
Universalist Association regards it as essential:
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: That all Unitarian Universalist societies are urged
to take those actions possible within their own budget resources to realize
energy conservation within their own buildings.
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