What is Agenda 21

Agenda 21 is the United Nation’s blue print for the complete restructuring of nations to fit into the proper environmental mold. As listed below, Agenda 21 outlines, in detail, the UN’s vision for a completely managed society, dictating the processes to be used for industry, agriculture, housing development and even education. The White Houses new drive for massive acquisition of private property is necessary for the full implementation of Agenda 21.


Humanity stands at a defining moment in history. We are confronted with a perpetuation of disparities between and within nations, a worsening of poverty, hunger, ill health and illiteracy, and the continuing deterioration of the ecosystems on which we depend for our well-being. However, integration of environment and development concerns and greater attention to them will lead to the fulfillment of basic needs, improved living standards for all,better protected and managed ecosystems and a safer, more prosperous future. No nation can achieve this on its own; but together we can – in a global partnership for sustainable development.

Agenda 21 addresses the pressing problems of today and also aims at preparing the world for the challenges of the next century. It reflects a global consensus and political commitment at the highest level on development and environment cooperation. Its successful implementation is first and foremost the responsibility of Governments. National strategies, plans,policies and processes are crucial in achieving this. International cooperation should support and supplement such national efforts. In this context, the United Nations system has a key role to play. Other international, regional and subregional organizations are also called upon to contribute to this effort. The broadest public participation and the active involvement of the non-governmental organizations and other groups should also be encouraged.

List of All of the Subjects Covered Under Agenda 21’s All Encompassing Hooks

Management of Solid Waste, Management of Radioactive Wastes, Strengthening the Role of Major Groups, Global Action for Women, Children and Youth in Sustainable Development, Indigenous People, NGO Partners, Local Authorities Initiatives in support of Agenda 21, Strengthening Workers and Trade Unions, The Role of Business Industry, Scientific Technological communities, The Role of Farmers, Financial Resources Mechanisms, Transfer of Technology, Science for Sustainable Development, Promoting Education Training, National Mechanisms International Cooperation, International Institutional Arrangements, International Legal Mechanisms, International Cooperation, Combating Poverty, Changing Consumption Patterns, Demographics & sustainability, Protecting Human Health, Human Settlements, Integrating Environment and development in decision-making, Protection of the Atmosphere, Planning and Management of Land Resources, Combating Deforestation, Desertification Drought, Sustainable Mountain Development, Sustainable Agriculture, Conservation of Biological Diversity, Management of Biotechnology, Protection of the Oceans, Management and use of Water Resources, Management of Toxic Chemicals, Management of Hazardous Wastes.

For complete information on Agenda 21 you can access Sovereignty International’s website at www.freedom.org

Tom DeWeese
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Tom DeWeese is President of the American Policy Center and National Grassroots Coordinator for CFACT (Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow) working to help local activists organize into Freedom Pods (www.CFACT.org). He is also the author of three books, including Now Tell Me I Was Wrong, ERASE, and Sustainable: the WAR on Free Enterprise, Private Property, and Individuals.