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Official cites harmony
of energy, ecology
by Bart Becker
The administrator of the U.S. General Services
Administration (GSA) said Friday that government action
must be accompanied by "parallel concern by private industry
and the consumer" if the environment-energy crisis is to be
Arthur F. Sampson, speaking at the Engineering Week
convocation in the Nebraska Union, said energy and
environment are national concerns.
"We need E-Week, or E-Year, all over the country," he said.
He pointed out that GSA, "the businessman for the
executive branch of the federal government," has taken some
action to narrow the gap between energy use and
environmental abuse. But he said because the energy crisis
competes with environmental concerns a "generalized notion
of doing good is not enough."
Sampson suggested three possible approaches for
reconciliation of the problem.
First, he said, "environmentalists have got to come to grips
with reality. Their sometimes untouchable demands must be
made more realistic."
He said that with the development of new technology, "I
think we can find the means to use the energy we have right
now and still respect the environment."
The second approach, according to Sampson, is a
"confined" use of energy and environmental resources.
"Energy consumption is essential to progress.. .and our way
of life," Sampson said. "Since waste is the common
denominator in consumption and production, we need to
increase the efficiency of energy use."
The third alternative suggested by Sampson is the discovery
of new and beneficial sources of energy. He said an increased
emphasis on utilization of natural sources "that can be used
but not used up" such as the sun, wind, and tides would be
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Arthur F. Sampson, administrator of the U.S. General
Services Administration..."Environmentalists have got
to come to grips with reality."
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"Marxism in Practice" will
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