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Agenda 21 (The Spirit of Sustainability)  

Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability

Agenda for the Twenty-first Century (Agenda 21) is a plan for governmental and individual change for sustainable development created by the United Nations. It serves as a set of guidelines, implicitly based on ethical ideals, for national and local governments, nonprofit groups, science and education organizations, and even individuals for safeguarding the natural environment and humanity’s place in it. ...

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