Tennessee House to Take up Resolution Branding U.N.'s Agenda 21 as a Plot
Mar. 13, 2012
A resolution branding a United Nations program encouraging sustainable development as a dark scheme to crush people’s property rights through “extreme environmentalism” goes to the Tennessee House for a vote on Thursday.
The legislation, HJR 0587, which refers to “Agenda 21,” is one of several pieces of legislation that has brought support from those who say development is too heavily regulated.
Obama Signs United Nations' Agenda 21 Related Executive Order
President Obama signed his 86th executive order (13575) on June 9, establishing the White House Rural Council (WHRC), in line the United Nations radical Agenda 21.
Your Hometown & the United Nations' Agenda 21
In March 2010, Nor-Cal Produce, a family-owned produce business in West Sacramento, was fined $32,500 by the California Air Resources Board (ARB, or CARB), but was not charged with, or even accused of, illegal emissions, but merely for having failed to notice a new regulation posted by CARB requiring all semi-trailers, shipping containers, vans, and rail cars with diesel-powered refrigerators to file a report with the agency. by William F. Jasper
How to Fight Back Against The United Nations "Sustainable Development" Agenda
How do we fight back against the United Nations' Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development in our local community? Here are some thoughts. By Tom DeWesse
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Dumps United Nations' Agenda 21 Participation
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania will be letting its membership in ICLEI (International Council of Local Environmental Initiatives), lapse due to constituent pressure and dislike for ICLEI’s message.
Edmond, Oklahoma Dumps United Nations' Agenda 21 Participation
Edmond, Oklahoma has withdrawn membership in ICLEI as a result of constituent pressure and a local grassroots group, Govern Edmond Locally
(GEL) were instrumental in supplying educated opposition.
Carroll County, Maryland Cancels Agenda 21 Participation
Board of County Commissioners in Carroll County, Maryland, recently voted to abolish the county’s Office of Sustainability, and then speedily followed that move with a vote to quit the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI), the front group launched by the United Nations to carry out Agenda 21.