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Agenda 21 - UNITED NATIONS - SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Agenda 21 - UNITED NATIONS - SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

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UN Agenda 21 , Smart Growth and sustainability, if you think its a joke or “theory” you had better take off that tinfoil hat and read UN Agenda 21 in their own writing. PDF of UN Agenda 21 Also for those who say “the UN has no power” which i hear all the time, all i can say is the UN launched the Korean war and countless other wars including the recent Libya war in which Obama launched without congressional approval citing that the UN gave him the authority.
UN Agenda 21 , Smart Growth and sustainability, if you think its a joke or “theory” you had better take off that tinfoil hat and read UN Agenda 21 in their own writing. PDF of UN Agenda 21 Also for those who say “the UN has no power” which i hear all the time, all i can say is the UN launched the Korean war and countless other wars including the recent Libya war in which Obama launched without congressional approval citing that the UN gave him the authority.

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UnitedNationsConferenceonEnvironment&DevelopmentRiodeJanerio,Brazil,3to14June1992AGENDA21CONTENTSChapter1.PreambleSECTIONI.SOCIALANDECONOMICDIMENSIONS2.Internationalcooperationtoacceleratesustainabledevelopmentindevelopingcountriesandrelateddomesticpolicies3.Combatingpoverty4.Changingconsumptionpatterns5.Demographicdynamicsandsustainability6.Protectingandpromotinghumanhealthconditions7.Promotingsustainablehumansettlementdevelopment8.Integratingenvironmentanddevelopmentindecision-makingSECTIONII.CONSERVATIONANDMANAGEMENTOFRESOURCESFORDEVELOPMENT9.Protectionoftheatmosphere10.Integratedapproachtotheplanningandmanagementoflandresources11.Combatingdeforestation12.Managingfragileecosystems:combatingdesertificationanddrought13.Managingfragileecosystems:sustainablemountaindevelopment14.Promotingsustainableagricultureandruraldevelopment15.Conservationofbiologicaldiversity16.Environmentallysoundmanagementofbiotechnology17.Protectionoftheoceans,allkindsofseas,includingenclosedandsemi-enclosedseas,andcoastalareasandtheprotection,rationaluseanddevelopmentoftheirlivingresources18.Protectionofthequalityandsupplyoffreshwaterresources:applicationofintegratedapproachestothedevelopment,managementanduseofwaterresources19.Environmentallysoundmanagementoftoxicchemicals,includingpreventionofillegalinternationaltrafficintoxicanddangerousproducts20.Environmentallysoundmanagementofhazardouswastes,inhazardouswastes21.Environmentallysoundmanagementofsolidwastesandsewage-relatedissues22.SafeandenvironmentallysoundmanagementofradioactivewastesSECTIONIII.STRENGTHENINGTHEROLEOFMAJORGROUPS23.Preamble24.Globalactionforwomentowardssustainableandequitabledevelopment25.Childrenandyouthinsustainabledevelopment26.Recognizingandstrengtheningtheroleofindigenouspeopleandtheircommunities27.Strengtheningtheroleofnon-governmentalorganizations:partnersforsustainabledevelopment28.Localauthorities'initiativesinsupportofAgenda2129.Strengtheningtheroleofworkersandtheirtradeunions30.Strengtheningtheroleofbusinessandindustry31.ScientificandtechnologicalcommunityParagraphs
 
1.1-1.62.1-2.433.1-3.124.1-4.275.1-5.666.1-6.467.1-7.808.1-8.549.1-9.3510.1-10.1811.1-11.4012.1-12.6313.1-13.2414.1-14.10415.1-15.1116.1-16.4617.1-17.13618.1-18.9019.1-19.7620.1-20.4621.1-21.4922.1-22.923.1-23.424.1-24.1225.1-25.1726.1-26.927.1-27.1328.1-28.729.1-29.1430.1-30.3031.1-31.12
 
Agenda21-Chapter1PREAMBLE1.1.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fulfilment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.1.2.ThisglobalpartnershipmustbuildonthepremisesofGeneralAssemblyresolution44/228of22December1989,whichwasadoptedwhenthenationsoftheworldcalledfortheUnitedNationsConferenceonEnvironmentandDevelopment,andontheacceptanceoftheneedtotakeabalancedandintegratedapproachtoenvironmentanddevelopmentquestions.1.3.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.1.4.ThedevelopmentalandenvironmentalobjectivesofAgenda21willrequireasubstantialflowofnewandadditionalfinancialresourcestodevelopingcountries,inordertocovertheincrementalcostsfortheactionstheyhavetoundertaketodealwithglobalenvironmentalproblemsandtoacceleratesustainabledevelopment.FinancialresourcesarealsorequiredforstrengtheningthecapacityofinternationalinstitutionsfortheimplementationofAgenda21.Anindicativeorder-of-magnitudeassessmentofcostsisincludedineachoftheprogrammeareas.Thisassessmentwillneedtobeexaminedandrefinedbytherelevantimplementingagenciesandorganizations.1.5.IntheimplementationoftherelevantprogrammeareasidentifiedinAgenda21,specialattentionshouldbegiventotheparticularcircumstancesfacingtheeconomiesintransition.Itmustalsoberecognizedthatthesecountriesarefacingunprecedentedchallengesintransform

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