Talk:Agenda 21

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How do we know the link provided is the real Agenda 21? The UN is not beholden to American truth laws. Talsley (talk) 16:28, 21 March 2012 (UTC)

No. Just no. CopperheadHisssssss 16:29, 21 March 2012 (UTC)
Not again. -- Seth Peck (talk) 16:29, 21 March 2012 (UTC)
A list of people who have posted absolutely inane things on this page:
  1. Talsley
  2. This is the end of the list.
Yeah.--ADtalkModerator 22:33, 21 March 2012 (UTC)
You are inane. Talsley (talk) 17:42, 27 April 2012 (UTC)

Watch out![edit]

Incoming new book by Glenn Beck! --ZooGuard (talk) 08:17, 14 November 2012 (UTC)

Apparently, Glenn Beck didn't write it and it's been in the works for nearly 20 years. -- Seth Peck (talk) 17:07, 21 November 2012 (UTC)

Agenda 21 evil keywords[edit]

Here's a numbered list. Read-Write (talk) 03:51, 4 January 2016 (UTC)Read-Write

  1. Affordable housing
  2. Ballot Box Planning
  3. Benefit of all
  4. Benefits-Driven
  5. Buffer Zones
  6. Cap & Trade
  7. Choice
  8. Climate Change
  9. Common Core Curriculum
  10. Common good
  11. Community Protocol
  12. Comprehensive planning
  13. Consensus
  14. Conservation Easement
  15. Direct instruction
  16. Downzoning
  17. Endangered species
  18. Environment
  19. Environmental Impact Report (EIR)
  20. Environmental Justice
  21. Equity
  22. Facilitator
  23. Fair
  24. General Plan
  25. Global Warming
  26. Good Business Sense
  27. Grants
  28. Green House Gas (GHG) Emissions
  29. Greenways
  30. Growth management
  31. Habitat HEAL (Healthy Eating Active Living) Communities
  32. Healthy Communities Strategy
  33. High Speed Rail
  34. Historic preservation
  35. Housing Element
  36. Inclusive
  37. Inter-disciplinary
  38. International baccalaureate
  39. International Council on Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI)
  40. Invasive species
  41. Jobs-Housing Connection
  42. Land Use Policies
  43. Lifelong learning
  44. Livable communities
  45. Livable Communities
  46. Local
  47. Local Governments for Sustainability
  48. Metropolitan Planning Organizations
  49. Mixed Use Development
  50. Modeling
  51. Multi-Use Dwellings
  52. New Economy
  53. New Urbanism
  54. New World Order
  55. One planet communities
  56. Open Space
  57. Outcome based education
  58. Outcomes
  59. Parking Policy
  60. Precautionary approach
  61. Precautionary Principle
  62. Preserve
  63. Priority Conservation Areas
  64. Priority Development Areas (PDA)
  65. Prosperity Protect
  66. Public/Private partnerships
  67. Quality of life
  68. Redevelopment
  69. Regional
  70. Resilient Cities
  71. Responsible development
  72. Restoration
  73. Safe Routes to Schools
  74. Sanctuary
  75. Scenic views and vistas
  76. School to work
  77. Sensitive Lands
  78. Smart growth
  79. Smart Streets
  80. Social justice
  81. Stack and Pack Housing
  82. Stakeholder
  83. Sustainable Communities Initiative
  84. Sustainable communities partnership
  85. Sustainable communities strategies
  86. Sustainable development
  87. Sustainable Economic Development
  88. Sustainable medicine
  89. Three "E"s of Sustainablity-Equity, Economy, Environment
  90. Traffic calming
  91. Transit Oriented Development (TOD)
  92. Transportation Justice
  93. Triple bottom line
  94. Upzoning
  95. Urban Growth Boundary
  96. Urban revitalization
  97. Vehicle Mileage Traveled
  98. Tax
  99. Vibrant Neighborhoods
  100. Vision
  101. Visioning Meetings
  102. Walkable Communities
  103. Watershed
  104. Wetlands
  105. Wildlands