The Role of the IJC and the Development of a Binational Regime

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Advisory Institutions of the International Joint Commission
Major Factors Influencing the Shared Management of the Great Lakes
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Binational Efforts in Managing a Transboundary Resource

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The Role of the IJC and the Development of a Binational Regime

  1. 1. Lessons of Experience __ Longstanding Multi-country Institutions The Role of the IJC and the Development of a Binational Regime in Relation to the North American Laurentian Great Lakes
  2. 2. Lessons of Experience __ Longstanding Multi-country Institutions
  3. 3. Lessons of Experience __ Longstanding Multi-country Institutions Q U É B E C
  4. 4. Lessons of Experience __ Longstanding Multi-country Institutions Advisory Institutions of the International Joint Commission IJC Commissioners (6) Boards of Control (12) Great Lakes WaterQuality Agreement Water Pollution Boards (3) TaskForces and Study Teams as Required International AirQuality Advisory Board Science Advisory Board Water Quality Board Council of Great Lakes Research Managers
  5. 5. Lessons of Experience __ Longstanding Multi-country Institutions MajorFactors Influencing the Shared Management of the Great Lakes community development binational cooperation equality and parity common objectives joint fact finding and research flexibility and adaptability openness towards sharing of information __ __ __ __ __ __
  6. 6. Lessons of Experience __ Longstanding Multi-country Institutions Evaluating the Effectiveness of Binational Efforts in Managing a Transboundary Resource goal attainment problemsolving capability commitments to Agreement implementation long termsustainability __ __ __ __
  7. 7. Lessons of Experience __ Longstanding Multi-country Institutions Evaluating the Effectiveness of Binational Efforts in Managing a Transboundary Resource goal attainment problemsolving capability commitments to Agreement implementation long termsustainability __ __ __ __

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