These pages have been produced to provide you with information on Local Agenda 21 and sustainable development issues in Cheshire. “Local Agenda 21” is basically a local action plan for improving everyones quality of life in the 21st Century, for now, and for generations to come. This means ensuring that we achieve “sustainable development”, that is, development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the needs of those in the future.
The Sustainable Cheshire Forum is a voluntary group of different public, private and community organisations which came together in 1996 to develop Cheshire’s Local Agenda 21 Strategy, and continues to champion sustainable environment issues within Cheshire’s Community Strategy. Within the Forum there are a number of specialist Task Groups who focus on particular issues.
To navigate around this site, use the buttons on the left of the pages:
To find out more about the Sustainable Cheshire Forum (SCF) or Local Agenda 21, click on the”About the SCF” button. To find out more about different environmental issues in Cheshire (for example, waste or wildlife), click on the “Themes” button.
If you would like to ask a question about Cheshire’s Local Agenda 21 programme or environmental issues in Cheshire, or want to know how to get involved, please use the “Contact Us” button and fill out the short form.Latest events are detailed through the “News” pages and our publications can be viewed, or ordered through the “Publications” button.
All of this work is done in collaboration with our partners, whose details are listed as local, regional, national and international organisations, schemes and projectss through the “Links” button.
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