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Principal Issue: Joint management, water quality Date: 1987 Source: http://cfpub.binational.net/erie/intro-e.cfm

S T. LAWRENCE - SUBBASIN LAKE ONTARIO The Lakewide Management Plan (LaMP) for Lake Ontario In 1987 the governments of Canada and the United States made a commitment, as part of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement (GLWQA), to develop a Lakewide Management Plan for the Great L akes. The LaMP is coordinated by four agencies: Environment Canada, United States Environmental Protection Agency, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the Ontario Ministry of the Environment. The LaMP unites a network of stakeholders which includes other government agencies, in actions to restore and protect the Lake Ontario ecosystem. Participating countries: Canada, United States of America Level/Type of Collaboration: Official/Environmental program Principal Issue: Joint management, water quality Date: 1987 Source: http://cfpub.binational.net/ontario/intro-e.cfm

S T. LAWRENCE - SUBBASIN LAKE SUPERIOR Lakewide Management Plan (LaMP) for Lake Superior Coordinated by federal, state and provincial government agencies in the two countries. In 1987 the governments of Canada and the United States made a commitment, as part of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement (GLWQA), to develop a Lakewide Management Plan for the Great Lakes. The LaMP unites a network of stakeholders in actions to restore and protect the Lake Erie ecosystem. Participating countries: Canada, United States of America Level/Type of Collaboration: Official/Environmental program Principal Issue: Joint management, water quality Date: 1987 Source: http://www.epa.gov/glnpo/lakesuperior/lamp2000/

TIJUANA EP A project: Border 2012 EPA This is a 10-year, binational, results-oriented environmental program for the U.S.-Mexico border region. The Border 2012 Program is the latest multi-year, binational planning effort to be implemented under the La Paz Agreement and succeeds Border XXI, a five-year program that ended in 2000. Participating countries: Mexico, United States of America Level/Type of Collaboration: Official/Social-health program and environmental program Principal Issue: Joint management, water quality Date: 2002-2012 Source: http://www.epa.gov/usmexicoborder/index.htm SCERP project: Cultural Ecology and the Indigenous LLandscape andscape of the TTijuana ijuana River W atershed Watershed This project seeks to document traditional knowledge and management of the environment within the larger context of ethno historic and prehistoric patterns of environmental management in the TRW, and to transfer this information into forms that will make it useful for participating tribal communities, institutions serving these communities and binational planning efforts. Participating countries: Mexico, United States of America Level/Type of Collaboration: Non-official/International initiative, social / health program Principal Issue: Other: research and education Date: Start: 2004; ongoing Source: http://www.scerp.org/scerp/projs/04rpts/NR-04-4.htm

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NORTH AMERICA :Hydropolitical Vulnerability and Resilience along International Waters  

This report focuses on the challenges and opportunities facing North America, a continent with about 6.5% of its area covered by surface fre...

NORTH AMERICA :Hydropolitical Vulnerability and Resilience along International Waters  

This report focuses on the challenges and opportunities facing North America, a continent with about 6.5% of its area covered by surface fre...

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