Level/Type of Collaboration: Official/Social-health program and environmental program Principal Issue: Joint management, water quality Date: 1996 Source: http://www.aliciapatterson.org/APF1901/Davidson/Davidson.html rogramme (IHP) / Green Cross International project: PC—> CP UNESCO ’s International Hydrological PProgramme UNESCO’s CP:: case study of the Columbia River Basin Addresses the challenge of sharing water resources. Primary objective: to foster co-operation between stakeholders in the management of shared water resources and mitigate the risk that potential conflicts turn into real ones. Participating countries: Canada, United States of America Level/Type of Collaboration: Non-official/International initiative, social/health program Principal Issue: Joint management, other: research and education Date: 2001-2003 Source: http://www.unesco.org/water/wwap/pccp/index.shtml
RIO GRANDE /RIO BRAVO
Transboundary A quifers and Binational Groundwater Database Aquifers Groundwater database for El Paso/Ciuidad Juarez area with information from both sides filling data gaps to assist future studies. Brought into database by the IBWC. Participating countries: Mexico, United States of America Level/Type of Collaboration: Non-official/International Initiative Principal Issue: Other: research and education Date: 1998 Source: http://www.ibwc.state.gov/html/body_binational_waters.htm
ST. LAWRENCE Council of Great Lakes Research Managers The purpose of the Council is to enhance the ability of the Commission to provide effective leadership, guidance, support and evaluation of Great Lakes research as it applies to the provisions of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement of 1978. Membership consists of individuals managing federal, state and provincial research programs and representatives from academic institutions and private industry. Participating countries: Canada, United States of America Level/Type of Collaboration: Non-official/International initiative Principal Issue: Joint management, other: research and education Date: 1984 Source: http://www.ijc.org/conseil_board/research_greatlakes/en/cglrm_home_accueil.htm Great Lakes Natural Resource Centre The Great Lakes Field Office in Ann Arbor, Michigan, unites people throughout the Great Lakes region, the United States and Canada to protect the world’s greatest freshwater seas, the surrounding ecosystem, and the benefits they provide to people and wildlife. Participating countries: Canada, United States of America Level/Type of Collaboration: Non-official/International initiative Principal Issue: Joint management, other: research and education Date: Data not available Source: http://www.nwf.org/resourceLibrary/index.cfm?officeID=F7439239-65BF-0A0101BD9365CEBF53C0 Council of Great Lake Industries This council is a non-profit organization representing the common interests of U.S. and Canadian industrial organizations from the manufacturing, utilities, transportation, communications, financial services and trade
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