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Agenda 21 is now Agenda 2030. What does this mean for you and me?

Agenda 21 is a non-binding, voluntarily implemented action plan of the United Nations with regard to sustainable development. It is a product of the Earth Summit (UN Conference on Environment and Development) held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1992.

The following is taken right from the The UN website

21 August 2015: The President of the UN General Assembly (UNGA), Sam Kutesa, circulated a draft resolution to transmit the outcome document of the UN Summit for the adoption of the post- 2015 development agenda to the UNGA’s 70th session, for adoption during the Summit. Kutesa further informed Member States that he will convene a plenary meeting of the UNGA to take action on the draft resolution. The UNGA meeting will take place on 1 September 2015, in New York, US.

The Draft Resolution, titled ‘Outcome document of the UN Summit for the adoption of the post-2015 development agenda,’ welcomes the “successful conclusion” of the negotiations on the post-2015 development agenda and the outcome document, titled ‘Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,’ which was agreed by consensus at the informal meeting of the plenary on 2 August 2015. It decides to transmit the outcome document to the UNGA’s 70th session for action during the Summit.

The UN Summit for the adoption of the post- 2015 development agenda will take place from 25-27 September 2015, in New York, US. [The Draft Resolution] [IISD RS Story on the Outcome Document of the UN Summit for the Adoption of the Post-2015 Development Agenda]

Climate Change

At the Climate Summit in September 2014 at UN Headquarters in New York, global leaders from government, business, finance and civil society came together to announce bold commitments to eight action areas in the fight against climate change.

In late 2014, UN Member States are meeting in Lima, Peru with the aim of having a draft universal agreement on climate change on the table to be finalized in Paris in 2015. The new agreement is to enter into force in 2020.

Without urgent action on climate change by the international community, humanity may face a grim future. The fifth assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change called for significant reductions of greenhouse-gas emissions, which have recently increased to dangerous levels, due in part to an over-reliance on CO2-emitting fossil fuels and an under-reliance on renewable energy sources.

Sustained economic growth and sustainable development are dependent on the development of sustainable energy sources.  Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Sustainable Energy for All initiative brings together top-level leadership from all sectors of society (governments, business and civil society).  The goal of this initiative is to transform the world’s energy systems by ensuring universal access to modern energy services, doubling global energy efficiency, and doubling the share of renewable energy sources in the global energy mix.


All of this is set forth in order to mandate this agenda now. Agenda 21 was just a planning phase. It is now serious game on for planners to push the American people over the poverty 3rd world edge. Absolute sustainable development.

California suburbs are being forced into implementing plans for big seven story small apartments and less car lanes and more bike lanes. The plans are to force people to get out of their cars and bike or walk and use busses for their transportation. They are reducing parking to force people to not use their car. One step to social re-engineering. See Covina,  and Upland.

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