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Agenda 21 and the Documents from supporting bodies

Reading through these documents and researching the individuals involved, it becomes absolutely clear to the reader that this process is designed to bring forced social change by imposing the beliefs of the facilitators  and combining  power to bureaucrats. Financing for Agenda 21 comes from the taxpayers.  All documents presented are official  from the originating agency or body. The underlining belief in supporters of this Agenda is man made global warming. We now know the science behind this global warming claims is false and was based on personal agendas.

 

Dec-19-1983 This General Assembly Resolution authorizes the establishment of a Special Commission that will focus mainly the long term environmental strategies for achieving development Link to Dec 19 1983 – United Nations Resolution 38/161. Process of preparation of the Environmental Perspective to the Year 2000 and Beyond   The Special Commission put together under U.N. Res 383/161 became the Brundtland Commission. The commission put together a report called Our Common Future.   Commission Chairman – Gro Harlen Brundtland

Our Common Future Report.
Our Common Future Report.

 

  • Gro Harlem Brundtland, Norway. Prime Minister, Vice President Socialist International from 1986, Leader of the Labour Party from 1981, Member of Parliament from 1977, Minister of Environment 1974-79, Associate Director Oslo School Health Services 1968-74
  • Notable Commission Member – Maurice Strong, Canada. President, American Water Development,Inc; former Under-Secretary General and special Advisor to the Secretary-General of the United Nations; Executive Director of the Untied Nations Office of Emergency Operations in Africa 1985-86; Chairman of the Board, Petro-Canada 1976-78; Executive Director, United Nations Environment Programme 1973-75; Secretary General, United Nations Conference on the Human Environment 1970-72

 

 

 

 

December 11,1987

United Nations  General Assembly 42/187.  Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development

  • Welcomes the report Our Common Future.

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Rio Summit / Earth Summit March 14,1992 The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), also known as the Rio Summit, Rio Conference, and Earth Summit, was a major United Nations conference held in Rio de Janeiro from June 3rd to June 14th 1992.  A few of the officials from the United States to attend the conference were President H.W.Bush, Al Gore and John Kerry. Maurice Strong who was a commission member on the Our Common Future Report was the secretary general of Rio Summit/ Earth Summit. Out of Rio Summit Agenda 21 became the road map to achieve sustainable development.

Bush speaking with Maurice Strong in photo
Bush speaking with Maurice Strong in photo
G.H. Bush signning Rio Agreement
G.H. Bush signing Rio Agreement
Al Gore at Rio Summit 1992 Agenda 21
Al Gore at Rio Summit 1992 Agenda 21

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Agenda 21

  •  George H. Bush signed this agreement in Rio de Janerio at the Rio Summit / Earth Summit.

Cover of Agenda 21

Cover of Agenda 21

 

 

Read Agenda 21

 

 

October 2,1992 HC. 353 is read into congress by Nancy Pelosi Expressing the sense of the Congress that the United States should assume a strong leadership role in implementing the decisions made at the Earth Summit by developing a national strategy.

Read Bill here  H.CON.RES353.IH

Nancy Pelosi reads H.CON.RES 353 @ 1:40 in the video

 

The United States Senate rejects the bill.

 

 

June 29,1993

President Bill Clinton signs Executive Order 12582 – Creating the Presidents Council on sustainable development.

  • Sec. 2. Functions. (a) The Council shall advise the President on matters involving sustainable development.“Sustainable development” is broadly defined as economic growth that will benefit present and future generations without detrimentally affecting the resources or biological systems of the planet.

 

June, 29 1998

United Nations Environment Programme –  The Millennium Papers The Future of Local Agenda 21 in the New Millennium by Gary Lawrence

Gary Lawrence was adviser to the US Presidents Council on Sustainable Development and US AID ( agency for International Development). Director of the Centre for Sustainable Communities at the University of Washington and Chief Planner in the City of Seattle.

Read the United Nations Millennium papers – The Future of Local Agenda 21 in the New Millennium

   NOTE:  notable comment – ( one of many)

  • Participating in a UN advocated planning process would very likely bring out many of the conspiracy-fixated groups and individuals in our society such as the National Rifle Association, citizen militias and some members of  Congress. This segment of our society who fear ‘one-world government’ and a UN invasion of the United States through which our individual freedom would be stripped away would actively work to defeat any elected official who joined ‘the conspiracy’ by undertaking LA21. So, we call our processes something else, such as comprehensive planning, growth management or smart growth. ( Source: page 3 first paragraph  United Nations Millennium papers – The Future of Local Agenda 21 in the New Millennium )

 

 

ICLEI – International Council for Local Environmental incentives AKA Local Governments for Sustainability

ICLEI is the body charges with the responsibility to provide cities support implementing Local Agenda 21 Climate Action Plans. Over 500 Cities in the United Stated belong to this international organization. Many are now dropping their membership in ICLEI.

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ICLEI Strategic Plan 2004-2009

Notable comments:

  • ICLEI (hereafter referred to as the Association) was founded by local governments at the United Nations Headquarters in New York in the year 1990. The launch of the Association took place under the auspices and with the support of the International Union of Local Authorities (IULA), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and the Center for Innovative Diplomacy (CID). ( Source: ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability Strategic Plan 2004-2009 (The Athens Plan) Page 3 )
  • As a Movement, ICLEI runs campaigns, programs and projects that promote Local Agenda 21 as a participatory, long-term, strategic planning process to help local governments develop and implement local action programs to address local priority concerns and internationally agreed goals and targets. Following the local government mandate from the 2002 World  Summit on Sustainable Development, ICLEI places an emphasis on supporting accelerated implementation of local sustainable development through Local Action 21 strategies. ( Source: ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability Strategic Plan 2004-2009 (The Athens Plan) Page 9 )

Link to Read ICLEI_Strategic_Plan_2004-2009_final_c.PDF

 

 

 ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability Preparing for Tomorrow Strategy 2010-2015 

Notable comments:

  • ICLEI is a high-energy, flexible Movement of local governments working together in national, regional and international networks; engaging in global campaigns for
    sustainability, participating in performance-based programs, advancing through an international exchange of experiences and solutions – a movement which is
    supported by campaigns, programs and strategic alliances.  ( Source: ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability Preparing for Tomorrow Strategy 2010-2015 page 6)
  • ICLEI will support its Members in taking rapid transformative action and applying radical solutions to become sustainable, planet-friendly cities, towns, counties and regions. The core of our program activities focuses on the key areas of transformation. ( Source: ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability Preparing for Tomorrow Strategy 2010-2015 page 3)
  •  ICLEI’s initial campaigns and programs have evolved to cover a broader range of themes, which include:
  1. Management of global environmental goods: Climate, Biodiversity, Water, Food.
  2. Municipal planning and management: Sustainability management, land use and development,
  3. climate change adaptation and resilience management, procurement.
  4.  Transformation of infrastructures: : Transport, building, energy.
  5.  Policy innovation: Local Agenda 21 with stakeholder involvement, green economy, security,social development.

All of these activities contribute towards reaching the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).  ( Source: ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability Preparing for Tomorrow Strategy 2010-2015 page 6)

Link to Read ICLEI_Strategy_2010-2015

 

 

ICLEI Strategic Plan 2007-2012

Notable comments:

  • take up new funding opportunities through Local Action 21 strategies; in particular, for R&D and model communities projects on Just, Peaceful & Secure Communities as well as on Resilient Communities & Cities ( Source: ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability Strategic Plan 2007-2012 (The Cape Town Plan) page 8)
  • develop and offer a multitude of capacity building and training services especially in support of Local Action 21 strategies, and to develop incentive and commitments frameworks for implementation;  ( Source: ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability Strategic Plan 2007-2012 (The Cape Town Plan) page 14)

Link to Read ICLEI_Strategic_Plan_2007-2012_approved.PDF

 

 

 

Local Climate Action Plans

Chapter 28 in the United Nations Agenda 21 states

  • 28.1 Because so many of the problems and solutions being addressed by Agenda 21 have their root in local activities, the participation and cooperation of local authorities will be a determining factor in fulfilling its objectives. (Source: United Nations Agenda 21 Chapter 28 PAge 233 Local authorities’ initiatives in support of Agenda 21 ) Link to Agenda 21 above.
  • 28.3 Each local authority should enter into a dialogue with its citizens, local organizations and private enterprises and adopt “ a local Agenda 21”…………Local authority programmes, policies, laws and regulations to achieve Agenda 21 objectives would be assessed and modified, based on local programmers adopted.  (Source: United Nations Agenda 21 Chapter 28 PAge 233 Local authorities’ initiatives in support of Agenda 21 ) Link to Agenda 21 above. 

 

The Following are Climate Action Plans from a few Cities across the United States. The reader should review the facts and links presented in the detailing the campaigns and programs ICELI has covering the themes of these action plans. All cities below are ICELI members.

Lexington, KY climate action plan-  Empower Lexington Plan United Nations Local Agenda 21 Plan

Sonoma County,CA-  Sonoma County Climate Action United Nations Local Agenda 21 Plan

Fort Collins,CO – Fort Collins CO, United Nations Local Agenda 21 climate action plan

Alameda County,CA- Alameda County United Nations Local Agenda 21 climate action plan