Agenda 21: Pinko or Progress?

Agenda 21 is part of the Report of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, which was held in Rio de Janeiro in June of 1992. The report was signed by almost 200 world leaders, including President Bush. Agenda 21 supports sustainable use of natural resources and community planning as vital policies for a population-heavy 21st century (hence the 21). It’s a meticulous guide to help humanity work together to ensure we stop trashing the hell out of the planet so that we will still be able to live on planet Earth as our populace continues to multiply like crazy. Some people support it, and some people say it is an evil plan. Which side of the fence do you fall on? That’s what I’m talking about this week! Here are some helpful links to learn more:

Read Agenda 21 online or download it here:

The UN’s webpage for it is here:

Accompanying initiatives that were passed at the same summit:

Read the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development here:

Statement of principles for the Sustainable Management of Forests:

Agenda 21’s Wiki:

Get more in-depth information from people against Agenda 21:

Latest news for Agenda 21: