In a planner’s own words.... A Poem - Agenda 21

Scot Siegel offers a poem about Agenda 21.

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My Core Values Test: Bicycle Lanes = Taking My Car Away = Death of Independence and Liberty

Columnist Erick J. Aune, AICP, discusses how the advancement of liberty, independence, and security can be found at the core of most policies striving for sustainability.

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Agenda 21: The new private property rights frontier

Understanding the resulting deep motivators of resistance behavior can help planners. by Erick J. Aune, AICP, Sante Fe, New Mexico

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Agenda 21: Best practices for public engagement more relevant than ever

MIG, Inc. reviews practices when addressing Agenda 21 activism in public planning workshops. by Joan Chaplick and Ellie Fiore, AICP, MIG, Inc.

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President's Column - Agenda 21

WPR President Dan Pava, AICP, sums up how Western Planners should frame claims that our work is somehow a conspiracy borne of the United Nations Agenda 21.

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Using all 26 letters of the alphabet

When talking to a non-planning audience, planners should avoid relying on jargon and explain what terms mean. by Kristina M. Cerise, AICP, Seattle, Washington

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Fiscal Analytics: a Planning Revolution in the Making

James A. Bacon suggests that local governments should consider prioritizing investment by Return on Investment or comparable metrics such as years of payback.

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2013 survey on the impact of Agenda 21 activism in the West

2013 survey on the impact of Agenda 21 activism in the West

In 2013, the WP reached out to planners to find out the impact of Agenda 21 activism on local and regional planning efforts.

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What is Agenda 21?

A brief overview of the document that started the controversy. by Mark Apel

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