Diplomacy and International Environment Issuesby Leroy Simpkins, United States Embassy Mexico City, United States,
Abstract: This paper examines three current examples of the ongoing diplomatic efforts to deal with selected environmental and water issues that affect our bilateral relationships with Canada and Mexico. Presented, and to some extent compared, are the relevant portions of three international mechanisms - the 1983 U.S./Mexico Border Environment Agreement; the U.S./Canada International Joint Commission and the U.S./Mexico International Boundary and Water Commission. Several conclusions are drawn concerning the success and relative merits of these three different examples.
Subject Headings: Water resources | Developing countries | Environmental issues | Joints | International waters | Domain boundary | Agreements and treaties | North America | Mexico | Canada | United States
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