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LIST OF THE NATIONS WHO ATTENDED AND AGREED TO THE 1992 RIO DECLARATION  ON ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT (AGENDA 21)

 

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WE HAVE REQUESTED THE LIST OF INDIVIDUALS WHO SIGNED UN AGENDA 21 FROM THE UN INFORMATION CENTER.  THE UN SPOKESPERSON RESPONDED THAT NO ONE ‘SIGNED’ IT–IN FACT IT WAS AGREED TO BY ‘CONSENSUS’ AND ALL NATIONS IN ATTENDANCE WERE IN AGREEMENT.*  
According to the UN Information Center, all nations in attendance agreed to the document.  To read President George H. W. Bush’s press conference address at Rio after the agreement please click here.

 

We have also linked some of the nations to their profile at the UN which inventories their progress in Agenda 21 (most recently updated in 1997).  Click on United Kingdom,  United States of America, China, Iran, and Iraq for examples (countries in RED).  All countries have profiles on the UN site.  Just substitute whatever country name you are interested in when you click on the red colored country names below.

Afghanistan                     Botswana

Albania                         Brazil

Algeria                         Brunei Darussalam

Angola                          Bulgaria

Antigua and Barbuda             Burkina Faso

Argentina                       Burundi

Armenia                         Cambodia

Australia                       Cameroon

Austria                         Canada

Azerbaijan                      Cape Verde

Bahamas                         Central African Republic

Bahrain                         Chad

Bangladesh                      Chile

Barbados                        China

Belarus                         Colombia

Belgium                         Comoros

Belize                          Congo

Benin                           Cook Islands

Bhutan                          Costa Rica

Bolivia                         Co^te d’Ivoire

Croatia                         Lebanon

Cuba                            Lesotho

Cyprus                          Liberia

Czechoslovakia                  Libyan Arab Jamahiriya

Democratic People’s Republic       Liechtenstein
of Korea
Lithuania

Denmark                         Luxembourg

Djibouti                        Madagascar

Dominica                        Malaysia

Ecuador                         Maldives

Egypt                                Mali

El Salvador                     Malta

   Equatorial Guinea               Marshall Islands

Estonia                         Mauritania

European Economic Community                 Mauritius

Ethiopia                                    Mexico

Fiji                                       Micronesia (Federated States of)

Finland                                     Monaco

France                          Mongolia

Gabon                           Morocco

Gambia                          Mozambique

Germany                         Myanmar

Ghana                           Namibia

Greece                          Nauru

Grenada                         Nepal

Guatemala                       Netherlands

Guinea                          New Zealand

Guinea-Bissau                   Nicaragua

Guyana                          Niger

Haiti                           Nigeria

Holy See                        Norway

Honduras                        Oman

Hungary                         Pakistan

Iceland                         Panama

India                           Papua New Guinea

Indonesia                       Paraguay

  Iran (Islamic Republic of)      Peru

Iraq                            Philippines

  Ireland                         Poland

  Israel                          Portugal

Italy                           Qatar

Jamaica                         Republic of Korea

  Japan                           Republic of Moldova

Jordan                          Romania

Kazakhstan                      Russian Federation

Kenya                           Rwanda

Kiribati                        Saint Kitts and Nevis

Kuwait                          Saint Lucia

Lao People’s Democratic Republic      Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Latvia                          Samoa

San Marino                      Tunisia

Sao Tome and Principe           Turkey

Saudi Arabia                    Tuvalu

Senegal                         Uganda

Seychelles                      Ukraine

Sierra Leone                    United Arab Emirates

Singapore                       United Kingdom of Great Britain

Slovenia                          and Northern Ireland

Solomon Islands                 United Republic of Tanzania

Spain                           United States of America

  Sri Lanka                       Uruguay

Sudan                           Vanuatu

Suriname                        Venezuela

Swaziland                       Viet Nam

  Sweden                          Yemen

Switzerland                     Yugoslavia

Syrian Arab Republic            Zaire

Thailand                        Zambia

Togo                            Zimbabwe

Trinidad and Tobago

*The United Nations Information Center does not have the names of the parties that agreed to Agenda 21–hard to believe.  The UN spokesperson doesn’t even seem to know that Agenda 21 is not a treaty, but is an agreement.  Further information obtained from the UN indicated that no one actually ‘signed’ it, and the agreement was made via consensus.
Rosa,
Unfortunately, the countries that signed the treaty was the extent of what I was able to find.
All the Best, Anthony Ramirez 

United Nations Information Center
anthony.ramirez@unicwash.org
Source: http://www.postsustainabilityinstitute.org/which-nations-signed-agenda-21.html

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One Response to “The Post Sustainability Institute”

  1. RabbiT says:

    Question:

    Who will be handing over all of their arms (and resources) to “the peace keeping machinery” namely the U.N. or should we say Rockefeller and Co?

    Answer: All of the above.

    http://www.mikenew.com/pub7277.html

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