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Canada-U.S. Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement 2012 Sandra Kok Senior RAP Program Engineer Niagara River RAP Implementers Session April 10, 2013
The amended Agreement – signed September 7 th, 2012, in force Feb 12 2013 - 4 -
Areas of Concern – continue to be a priority - 5 -
Parties want to see substantial progress towards delisting Emphasis on reporting on progress Progress report to International Joint Commission every 3 years by the Parties 4
Annexes in the Agreement 1 : Areas of Concern 2 : Lakewide Action and Management Plans 3 : Chemicals of Mutual Concern 4 : Nutrients 5 : Discharges from Vessels 6 : Aquatic Invasive Species 7 : Habitat and Species 8 : Groundwater 9 : Climate Change Impacts 10 : Science 5
For more information 6 www.ec.gc.ca/great lakes Binational.net www.ene.gov.on.ca/environment/en/subject/great_lakes/index.htm
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