Skip to comments.Private-Public Water Partnership, UN Agenda 21 (draught)Must read soon to your area
Posted on 02/21/2014 7:49:52 AM PST by restornu
Your failure to be informed does not make me a wacko.John Loeffler
...Its website, UN Water, proclaimed at the January 8-10, 2013 conference, Preparing for the 2013 International Year. Water Cooperation: Making it Happen!
How is this going to happen? It is called water diplomacy, forming private-public partnerships, supporting all stakeholders, including those in governments, international organizations, private sector, civil society, and academia at an appropriate level while considering cultural aspects in different cooperation initiatives. It sounds purposefully complex and confusing but it is just another arm of the United Nations ever encroaching agenda.
The United Nations has been seriously involved in controlling water use policy ...known as UN Agenda 21.
The UN report also recommended that water should be rationed for sustainable ...
. ..Because of environmental opposition to urban sprawl, the eight counties adopted another UN Agenda 21 pet project, the regional blueprint planning process that will result in denser high-rise developments and more public transportation. Would the land thus saved be designated for agriculture? Not necessarily because UN Agenda 21 proponents are fond of re-wilding.
Section 18.12 (n) endorses... In the Lake Michigan watershed, a stream will be restored to its natural flow, reducing flooding, enhancing aquatic habitat, and improving water quality.
I am a bit skeptical. The projects seem more habitat-related, protecting and improving the wildlife and its habitat.
Liberals drank the UN Agenda 21 Kool-Aid and are now in full mode forcing it down our throats in the name of saving us from ourselves. Author Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Bio
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BORDER 21 looks rather problematic
not that the whole scheme isnt utterly stupid...
Interesting differences between extreme east and then mid and western US.
private-public partnerships = fascism.
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The Agenda 21 link is not working.
The main agricultural business in CO was ranching, but the government-linked NIMBYs destroyed honest ranching by real ranchers with their new animal protection law. The bipartisan residents here don’t allow any private sector scum to build small houses or start any small manufacturing shops here, either, or any large energy companies (e.g., uranium) to bring in loads of working class trash. It’s an animal-worshiper, environmentalist paradise in their minds (but really a dump-on-your neighbor wasteland).
They wisely avoid mentioning their part in Agenda 21 in local documents while only using some of its terminology in local, yocal commissioners’ meetings (”sustainable development,” “open space,” etc.). That way, when our government-connected Baby Boomer peers croak, their sisters in government will own the land. It all makes for a colorful and interesting environment of gossip and false accusations, neighbor against neighbor.
[Little irony and sarcasm there. I’m for freedom including property rights while watching the suburbanite termites originallly from the east and west coasts vacate again after their foreclosures. The West will be freer again after the other end of this default process. Out with the commies from the coasts, too recently descended from Europe! True American, working class rednecks from the Ozarks to the southeast, get up here! Bring your decorative yard refrigerator planters! And bring your freedom!]
There’s no need for cities to suck water from ranges 100 miles away. The boss constituents should have the high plains cities get their water from plains aquifers and build the necessary water treatment plants like everyone else (in the east). But they’re too lazy and mesmerized by foolishness about “pure mountain water.”
If they want to restrict something on the ranges, they should restrict each residential well to a slow pump (powered by small diesel, PV solar and/or wind) with a cistern (not that there’s any real need) after pumping out the silt with a regular AC pump for a few weeks. But those people lack hands-on, technical experience and have done their best to outlaw such experience for everyone else.
There’s always a way around over-regulation situations, BTW. Many are becoming technically and legally smarter, and many more will. I help to teach the peasants and will do so more often with each encroachment against real Americans. We are the “sustainable” permaculture—not those who regulate against healthy activities. We are the true conservatives.
I’m not averse at all to big dirt farming in the West, but water and other good conditions are available—even during big droughts—in the eastern parts of the Midwest. If there weren’t so many anti-competition laws and policies, smaller farmers could do it all well enough in those places.
California farmers won’t get federal water
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DRUEGE FREAK THUNDERSTORMS THREATEN EAST COAST...
Severe Weather Threat Pushes to East Coast Friday
are we prepared?
well we know what to do or will we do as we always do....
Stay in denial...
Maybe the following links will help. Look for the word, domestic. Usually the easiest way, though, is to call a water well driller and ask. Water well drillers tend to be more quick and clear about providing the information to you than government websites (usually easier to do than it looks from the government info). ;-)
And the well driller will most likely be the one to do the whole permit process for you. That’s the way it’s done in here anyway.
Look around more. That was from a very quick search. And remember that the driller will answer your questions much easier and quicker besides likely doing the application for you (as is done here). Be sure to let the driller know your acreage and any other pertinent info. And when the driller shows up, other info will need to be conveyed to him (location/distance of septic system from well if any and maybe other info). Hope that helps.
Oh, and ground water rights, at least here, are separate and more lenient than surface water rights.
There are considerations about other utilities, too, although water is probably most important. There’s alternative/backup heating, too, and that can be done much more efficiently with either masonry heaters (like fireplaces, for those who can afford) and rocket mass heaters (for those who need to do something more stealthy and/or less expensive for themselves).
Cheap and effective
Not so cheap but very effective
Combination of the two (experimental—see info from MHA meetings and builds, other info on bell systems)
Very effective (solar) and doesn’t require wood for those in climate with many sun days and some construction and plumbing experience (with many modifications possible, including thin steel, glass glazed collectors, etc.)