Local Agenda 21 is a local-government-led, community-wide, and participatory effort to establish a comprehensive action strategy for environmental protection, economic prosperity and community well-being in the local jurisdiction or area.
Six Key Elements of a Local Agenda 21
Tools and strategies for preparing a LA21 Plan
Planning and Development
Monitoring and Evaluation
- Involve the widest community: police, business, citizens groups, housing associations.
- Meet local needs: ask people what they want, what are their expectations of LA21.
- Work within the resources of the community.
- Use existing networks.
- Make LA21 a priority for all departments at the municipal offices.
- Allow time - its a long process.
- Make sure there is trust among the stakeholders in the LA21 process before going public.
- MAKE IT FUN!
by Chris Church.
Urban Environmental Management
Introduction: Urban Environmental Management
Localizing Agenda 21
THE GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH CENTER