The following resolutions were adopted by the Union for Reform Judaism and the Central Conference of American Rabbis to address the Reform Movement's desire to speak out on environmental issues of our time. Additional resolutions, adopted by fellow Jewish movements and organizations emphasize our interest and passion for environmental causes.
Climate Change (2005) Encouraging support of the McCain-Lieberman Climate Stewardship Act to aid to low-income families with rising energy costs and cooperate with other nations to confront climate change.
National Energy Policy (2000) Encourage Reform Jews and congregations to take part in greening initiatives while calling for a progressive national energy policy focused on use of renewable energy sources.
Forests (2000) Encouraging recycling, use of sustainable wood products and protecting road-less areas in national forests.