A major report from the International Joint Commission comes in threes this year.
Triennial Assessment of Progress
Work represented in the 2023 Third Triennial Assessment of Progress Report (or TAP) has origins going back more than 50 years to when the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement was originally signed.
In fall 2022, the International Joint Commission asked “Are the Great Lakes swimmable, drinkable and fishable?” The hundreds of people who answered that question helped inform IJC recommendations to the Canadian and United States federal governments that appear in the new…
Windsor, Ontario, Canada: In the spirit of celebration and reflection on five decades of binational cooperation…
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The International Joint Commission’s (IJC) 2023 Third Triennial Assessment of Progress (TAP) on Great Lakes Water Quality is a three-year review of federal government progress under the Canada-US Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement toward healthier Great Lakes. …
The end of the calendar year is often a time to reflect on the past and look forward. Make sure you take time during this busy season to provide the IJC with reflections on past progress toward improving Great Lakes water quality and your hopes for the future of our shared waters.
From September 25 to 29, the International Joint Commission was in Niagara Falls, Ontario, conducting public engagement activities, including participating in the Canadian and United States governments’ Great Lakes Public Forum.
Do you have feedback about efforts to improve the water quality of the Great Lakes? Are you interested in hearing from others in each basin?