Agenda 21 is a document of hope, in which the world has bestowed upon the future generation for the world of tomorrow. The six categories of this Agenda talked about what humanity can improve us to insure a better tomorrow.
Now we must take action.
This plan requires that there is broad participation in policy and decision makings from all levels of society. By collaborating and working together, can we achieve an environmental and economic security. In order to enact policies and decide on actions, the commonwealth needs access to all information pertaining to the Environment and Development. However, in order to understand these information, we need to educate the public. This education and training can change the human attitude and behavior that would eventually cause the destruction of our global commons, as well as increase productivity by becoming aware of policies and natural systems that affect the Earth and our society.
In order for this to happen, we need the UN to:
These hopes, however, have great financial burdens. Many of the operational costs of the UN to implement the seven major point of the agenda requires such actions as:
However, it is the hope that with such financial assistance from the developing nations, we can raise the standard of living for all the citizens of the world, which grows the global economy.