The roundtables, listening sessions and public meetings this past summer and fall have been held, and the online survey was completed by more 730 people.
Commissioners Merrell-Ann Phare and Lance Yohe both were appointed to the IJC by the respective governments of Canada and the United States at nearly the same time, but they share something else in common: the Red River.
The Data Harmonization Task Force was created by the IJC in 2008 to harmonize and combine Canadian and United States datasets of transboundary watersheds to make mapping and analyzing these watersheds easier for public and…
A new book, “The First Century of the International Joint Commission,” seeks to separate myths from reality, uncovering the historical evolution of the IJC from its inception to the present.
As new challenges underscore the importance of watershed management and governance in North America and beyond, awareness of past successes and failures may offer valuable insights.
Lakes Champlain and Memphremagog in the Quebec, Vermont and New York region experience high levels of phosphorus and harmful algal blooms that have negative impacts on surrounding communities and ecosystems.