As Unitarian Universalists, we are called by our seventh Principle to affirm and promote "respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part." We envision a world in which all people are assured a secure and meaningful life that is ecologically responsible and sustainable, in which every form of life has intrinsic value.

Unitarian Universalist Association, Statement on Conscience, 2006

Natural Resources, Utilitarian Universalist Association, 1969 General Resolution
Environment, Utilitarian Universalist Association, 1969 General Resolution
Unitarian Universalist Statement on Survival and Population Control, Utilitarian Universalist Association, 1970 General Resolution
Environment, Utilitarian Universalist Association, 1971 General Resolution
Law of the Sea Treaty, Utilitarian Universalist Association, 1982 General Resolution
Toxic Substances and Hazardous Waste, Utilitarian Universalist Association, 1984 General Resolution
Earth, Air, Water, and Fire, Utilitarian Universalist Association, 1997 General Resolution
Threat of Global Warming/Climate Change, Utilitarian Universalist Association, 2006 Statement of Conscience
End Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining, Utilitarian Universalist Association, 2006 Action of Immediate Witness
Extend the Tax Credit for Wind and Solar Power, Utilitarian Universalist Association, 2008 Action of Immediate Witness
Clean Up the Clean Energy Bill, Utilitarian Universalist Association, 2010 Action of Immediate Witness
Gulf Coast Environmental and Economic Justice 2010, Utilitarian Universalist Association, 2010 Action of Immediate Witness
The Green Revolution in Religion, Utilitarian Universalist Association, 2010 Business Resolution
Ethical Eating: Food & Environmental Justice, Utilitarian Universalist Association, 2011 Statement of Conscience
Responsible Consumption Is Our Moral Imperative, Utilitarian Universalist Association, 2001 Statement of Conscience
Fossil Fuel Divestment, 2014 Business Resolution