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United Nations Agenda 21 plans/activities are in New Hampshire (as well as other states) under the guise of “smart growth” (other jargon you also may find “sustainable development,” “sustainability”, “comprehensive planning”, etc).

NH towns and cities affected by ICLEI: Keene, Nashua, Portsmouth, Wolfeboro
Source: ICLEI website — members web page: http://www.iclei.org/index.php?id=11454

In addition, other towns are included in a cooperative known as the Southern New Hampshire Regional Planning Commission:

A HANDBOOK ON SPRAWL AND SMART GROWTH CHOICES FOR SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE COMMUNITIES
Prepared by the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission, August 2002

http://www.snhpc.org/pdf/sprawl.pdf

Excerpt from the Preface: “This Handbook on Sprawl and Smart Growth Choices for Southern New Hampshire Communities was prepared for the towns of Auburn, Bedford, Candia, Chester, Deerfield, Derry, Goffstown, Hooksett, Londonderry, New Boston, Raymond, Weare, and the City of Manchester by the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission (SNHPC), with funding from the New Hampshire Office of State Planning under the Targeted Block Grant Program.”

Excerpt from the “Acknowledgements”: The Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission wishes to acknowledge the assistance of the following individuals in the preparation of this document:
· Naomi Bolton, Land Use Coordinator, Town of Weare
· Jan Eaton, RiverMead Retirement Community
· Karen White, Planning Director, Town of Bedford
· Charles Watson, Town Planner, Town of Hooksett
· Jonathan Edwards, Town of Hanover
· Augue Dworak, Town of Cornish
· Charles Grassie, Town of Raymond
· New Hampshire Office of State Planning

The UN works with a company called “Procura” to acquire lands.

http://www.procuraplus.org/en/about-procura/why-join/

More info on the UN in your local government:

Achieving Smart Growth in New Hampshire
New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning

http://www.nh.gov/oep/programs/SmartGrowth/index.htm

What is Smart Growth for New Hampshire?

http://www.nh.gov/oep/programs/SmartGrowth/learn/

Planning for Smart Growth in Rural New Hampshire. SWRPC
www.nh.gov/oep/programs/MRPA/conferences/documents/swrpc.ppt

Achieving Smart Growth in New Hampshire
Three Pilot Communities Consider Smart Growth Options

http://www.nh.gov/oep/programs/SmartGrowth/smart-growth/documents/overview.pdf

Re: PEMBROKE, DERRY, CHESTER

Region 1: EPA New England
Serving Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode
Island, Vermont & 10 Tribal Nations

http://www.epa.gov/region1/ra/sprawl/

Category: New Hampshire

http://www.smartgrowthamerica.org/category/states/newhampshire/

ACHIEVING SMART GROWTH IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
[American Planning Association website]
Description: Achieving Smart Growth in New Hampshire is a report
documenting how New Hampshire is changing and highlighting some
positive examples of development and conservation throughout the
state. The report presents case studies implementing smart growth
principles. The contents of the report are available on the website,
along with related materials and links to resources. New examples and
information will be posted on the website periodically.

http://nnecapa.org/blog/toolkit/location/new-hampshire/achieving-smart-growth-in-new-hampshire/

SNHPC LOCAL AND REGIONAL MASTER PLANS

http://www.snhpc.org/?page=master_plan

A SCAN OF SMART GROWTH ISSUES IN NEW ENGLAND

http://www.newenglandfutures.org/d/nescansmartgrowth.pdf

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