The International Joint Commission is launching a series of roundtables, community conversations and listening sessions this summer and fall to hear the public’s perspectives on how the Great Lakes are faring and what is most important when it comes to the health and vitality of the Great Lakes…
Shoreline communities throughout the Great Lakes basin face many of the same challenges related to water. But solutions vary when it comes those challenges, which include seasonal flooding, aging or inadequate infrastructure and beaches that are unsafe for families to enjoy.
Meeting record of the 14th Meeting of the Health Professionals Advisory Board on October 24th, 2018 in Ottawa, ON.
Meeting record of the 13th Meeting of the Health Professionals Advisory Board on April 25th, 2018 in Washington, D.C.
The importance of clean Great Lakes water to human well-being has been a historic focus for the International Joint Commission.
Two countries, eight states, two provinces, and hundreds of counties, nongovernmental organizations and private businesses make decisions that affect the Great Lakes.