This work is an attempt to highlight the attitude of Nigeria to the implementation of Agenda 21 Action Plan using one of the component administrative entities as a case study. It seeks to present the true position and elucidates attitudes that could be responsible for the observed attitudes. Innovations and dispositions are discussed in the light of the limited understanding of the principles enunciated in the Agenda 21 document which recommended prompt action from United Nations member states. The approach of the government and other stakeholders in Ondo State of Nigeria in embedding the principles of sustainable development into community development strategies was highlighted. This book therefore recommends the need for a focused directive from the Federal Government to the component state governments to commence implementation of LA21. The pursuit of stakeholder enlightenment through information dissemination, capacity development and the development of LA21 action plans were identified as major steps needed to remedy the situation.