Berlin-Agenda: Preparing Berlin for a sustainable future
The Berlin House of Representatives decided upon Berlin Local Agenda 21, thereby announcing sustainable urban development as its central theme.
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The Berlin House of Representatives decided upon Berlin Local Agenda 21 on 08 June 2006, thereby announcing sustainable urban development as its central theme. The Berlin-Agenda is a plan of action which encompasses all the main political areas. The goal is to create a society in which liberty and quality of life are guaranteed to every citizen and every generation.
"Berlin Local Agenda 21"
Apart from the just division of resources, sustainable development strives for high ecological, economic and socio-cultural standards worldwide for current and future generations within the limits of natural sustainability
Economy, Sociality, Ecology
The Berlin-Agenda names seven central fields of activity for which concrete goals and measures are specified in each case.
Gender equality and global responsibility were defined as the cross-sectional tasks of the Berlin Local Agenda 21. They are effective in all seven fields of activity.
According to the resolution of the Berlin-Agenda, the work also continues beyond the implementation of the plan of action. The Agenda sets itself objectives for this.
Key projects were defined in relation to Berlin Local Agenda 21. The House of Representatives challenged the Senate to promote individual projects in line with budgetary conditions.
Education should become 'tangible' for everyone.
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