Wondering who will be implementing Agenda 21? Well, let’s pick the small state of Wyoming to do a mockup.
Now, keep in mind that those listed below are just part of a short snapshot of those organizations that fund and work to implement Agenda 21 on the local Wyoming level. To list every single one would take waaaaaay more time than you’d want to be spend reading them.
Deep breath, and here goes:
International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICELI), World Wild Life Fund, International Union for Conservation and Nature, Sierra Club, Aubudbon, Nature Conservancy, National Wildlife Federation, UNESCO, American Farmland Trust, American Institute of Architects, American Planning Association, American Public Health Association, American Society of Landscape Architects, Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, Cascade Land Conservancy, Center for Neighborhood Technology, Congress for the New Urbanism, Enterprise, Environmental Finance Center Network, Environmental Law Institute, Funders Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities, Institute of Transportation Engineers, International City/County Management Association, Local Government Commission, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, National Association of Local Government Environmental Professionals, National Association of Realtors, National Center for Smart Growth and Education, National Multi Housing Council, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Trust for Historic Preservation, National Resources Defense Council, Northeast-Midwest Institute, Project for Public Spaces, Rails to Trails Conservancy, Scenic America, Smart Growth America, Surface Transportation Policy Project’s Transportation Action Network, Sustainable Community Development Group, The Conservation Fund, Trust for Public Land, Urban Land Institute, US EPA, Lincoln Land Institute, Surdna Foundation, Doris Duke Charitable Trust, Rockefeller Foundation, Ford Foundation, Boone Family Foundation, Meadows Foundation, Siemens, the Energy Foundation, the Kaiser Foundation, the Kendeda Fund, the Kresge Foundation, the Overbrook Foundation, the Turner Foundation, US Department of State, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, US Green Building Council, Waste Management and the US Forest Service.
Oh yeah, Agenda 21 isn’t a problem at all.