The final text of agreements negotiated by Governments at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), 3-14 June 1992, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Agenda 21: Programme of Action for Sustainable Development, Rio Declaration On Environment and Development, Statement of Forest Principles, © United Nations, 1993
The Local Agenda 21 Planning Guide: An Introduction to Sustainable Development Planning by the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI), 1996 (pdf)
From the 180-page Local Agenda 21 Planning Guide:
"In June 1992, the United Nations Conference of Environment and Development adopted Agenda 21, the global action plan for sustainable development... The task of mobilizing and technically supporting Local Agenda 21 planning in these communities has been led by the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI) and national associations of local government. Now, with further support of the International Development Research Centre and the United Nations Environment Programme, ICLEI is able to present the first worldwide documentation of Local Agenda 21 planning approaches, methods, and tools in this Local Agenda 21 Planning Guide."
ICLEI Charter 2011 (pdf)
ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, founded 1990 as the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives. Charter - ICLEI Council approved by consensus on 21 October 2011. For your information and research.
Links to some historical reference materials.
Detailed review of implementation of Agenda 21 and the Rio Principles, January 2012.
This study is part of the Sustainable Development in the 21st Century (SD21) project. The project is implemented by the Division for Sustainable Development of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN-DESA) and funded by the European Commission - Directorate-General for Environment - Thematic Programme for Environment and sustainable management of Natural Resources, including energy (ENRTP). The study was done by Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future (SF), under the supervision of UN-DESA; this publication was produced with the assistance of the European Union.
Rio +20 is tied directly to Agenda 21. Read this 4-page CEB Joint Statement to Rio +20 (dated April 17, 2012).
The Rio +20 participants "renew our commitment to sustainable development" and describe their plan for getting "The Future We Want" (dated June 19, 2012).
The New Federalism is not new. Neither is it federalism. It is nothing more than an extension of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal. It was during the New Deal period that the idea of regionalism — abolishing our States; dividing the country into administrative regions and reorganizing the Federal government by shifting the powers of Congress to the Executive Office — was first publicly aired. The New Federalism is regionalism.
Ratifying Kyoto at the Local Level: Sovereigntism, Federalism, and Translocal Organizations of Government Actors (TOGAs) (pdf)
The U.S. Conference of Mayors is a globalist front group. A must read is the chapter in this Yale Law & Economics Research Paper on the U.S. Conference of Mayors as being a translocal transnational organization. (see Section 740)
Copy of pamphlet given at UWF Inc. Annual Assembly - Miramar Hotel, June 6-7, 1959. Ronald Reagan was one of the sponsors as was Mr. and Mrs. Alan Cranston.
Information herein addresses the question: "What is International Baccalaureate?" Commonly called "IB," the acronym refers to the three programs currently authorized by the Geneva-based International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO).
Free E-book on Education: "...extremely important documentation regarding the DELIBERATE dumbing down of our country in order to implement the socialist order." - Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt, Former Senior Policy Advisor, U.S. Department of Education
Local Agenda 21 for Santa Cruz, California (in original format) (pdf)
Even if you don’t live in Santa Cruz or have a United Nations Association, your town is likely being coerced by state, federal, and non-governmental organizations to implement this blueprint for the development of “sustainable communities.” It reads like gobbly-goop and has loads of warm and fuzzies but the devil is in the details. Santa Cruz formally began implementing aspects of Agenda 21 through a voter initiative called “Measure C” and now uses many other names to implement this broad agenda.
This document was prepared by the Governing Council of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to provide a background briefing for ministers on the topic of theme II of the ministerial consultations taking place at the eleventh special session of the Governing Council/Global Ministerial Environment Forum "Environment in the multilateral system: the green economy," Bali, Indonesia, February 24-26, 2010.
The Pacific Coast Collaborative is one small part of the worldwide Vision 2030. It is a collaborative effort between the Governors of the West Coast states, California, Oregon, and Washington and the Premier of British Columbia. If you read it you will quickly realize it is another grab at our lands, this time using the beauty of the western coast of North America. Along with the Buffalo Commons, Transition Towns, and the Y to Y (Yukon to Yucatan) - Vision 2030 attempts to do away with private property rights, thus our freedom. Vision 2030 will be used to restrict land use, energy, jobs and all the other areas of our lives that the global elite want to control. Just another dangerous program with pretty pictures.
Australia's implementation of Agenda 21 exceeds that of all other common law countries. The citizens of Queensland, Australia have had their property rights stripped so to advance the globalist political agenda. Read how the State of Queensland is now removed from the protections of the Australian Constitution. A privately owned state corporation now owns and controls all land-use activity in Queensland. This horrific experience is destroying the life and culture of those living there and provides a prototype example of what public/private partnership really means.
This powerful document was produced by Sue and Lindsay Maynes and the EnviroWild Team of Australia.
Conservation Easements (pdf)
Four valuable documents combined into one on Conservation Easements from Montanans for Multiple Use.
Conservation easements are promoted by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) to aid in the fulfillment of the "Wildlands" objective. The "Wildlands Network" (formerly known as the "Wildlands Project") helps the IUCN create and implement policies and legislation that promote massive land grabs. Stay away from conservation easements.
2002 USA State Department Report to the United Nations - Johannesburg Summit Agenda 21 Country Profiles (pdf)
2002 USA State Department Report to the United Nations on USA Federal Agency's progress toward implementation of Agenda 21 policies. "The
2002 Country Profiles Series provides information on the implementation
of Agenda 21 on a country-by country
Published in 1993 in Washington, D.C. Most federal, state and local agencies are conforming water policy to match the World Bank's policies for Water Resource Management.
U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) report on contributions ($5.3 billion in 2005) by U.S. agencies to the United Nations. Before this report, no one in the federal government had ever developed a public compilation of the total U.S. contributions, including non-monetary, to the entire U.N. system.
Scientific Dissent is growing regarding Global
"Agenda 21 is a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments, and Major Groups in every area in which human impacts on the environment."
Sam Farr's letter supporting, endorsing, and admitting that he's personally implementing UN Sustainable Development Agenda 21 throughout Monterey Bay. Also a video of Sam Farr saying he doesn't know what Agenda 21 is. If there's nothing to hide, why is Sam Farr hiding it?
Midnight Rider Live (pdf)
William Robert's information on Pluralism, university extension change agents and Vocal Local!
This paper discusses the origins of the "Visioning Process." This is a common land-use planning tool that has become institutionalized by many local governments and non-governmental organization (NGO) activists across the United States, as well as around the world. It is specifically designed to portray "consensus" of a predetermined outcome.
Core Resources (pdf)
Core UN Sustainable Development Agenda 21 documents and web sites from the United Nations and affiliated NGOs.