"Then God said, "Let us make man in our image, in our likeness, and let them rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air,over the livestock, over all the earth, and over all the creatures that move along the ground." Genesis 1:26
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Health, schools, taxes, traffic, the environment, economic growth, fairness, opportunity—many of the things we care about—are all affected by development decisions. From the length of our daily commute to the price of a new home to the safety of our neighborhoods-what, where, and how we build have major impacts on our personal lives, our com munities, and our nation.
As you are learning about Smart Growth, it is important to be aware of all of the organizations that have partnered with them, including many that you might not have expected to see. Below is information from the Smart Growth website at http://smartgrowth.org/network.php. While it is impossible to know if the leaders of these organizations have a true understanding of the harmful aspects of this aspect of Agenda 21 or if they have been rightfully deceived by the promises of accomplishing something for the greater good. In any case, it is up to you, the American citizen, to begin to inform everyone in your sphere of influence of the danges of Smart Growth and how it will lead to the destruction of our society. Those who designed this program are well aware of the outcome as it will hand America to global elitists without a physical attack. Unless the American people wake up, we will be gone without a whimper.
In 1996, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency joined with several non-profit and government organizations to form the Smart Growth Network (SGN). The Network was formed in response to increasing community concerns about the need for new ways to grow that boost the economy, protect the environment, and enhance community vitality. The Network's partners include environmental groups, historic preservation organizations, professional organizations, developers, real estate interests; local and state government entities. Click here to see a full listing and description of the more than 40 organizations that constitute the Smart Growth Network
The SGN works to encourage development that serves the economy, community and the environment. It is a forum for:
Since its inception, the Smart Growth Network has become a forum for bringing together different constituencies to share their diverse ideas and finding opportunities for smart growth. Several collaborations have evolved:
Development of Policy Options for Smart Growth and Affordability A task force of 15 organizations, representing SGN, housing, and community development organizations, collaborating to demonstrate how smart growth achieves affordable housing goals.
Partners for Smart Growth Conference An annual conference focused on smart growth policy and implementation, featuring projects and best practices from across the country.
Redevelopment Roundtable The Urban Land Institute, with the close cooperation of the National Neighborhood Coalition, hosted a forum focused on helping developers and public officials engage communities to create "win-win" redevelopment decisions.
The Smart Growth Network does not lobby and does not take on individual development decisions.
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