The International Joint Commission has lost one of its greatest supporters with the passing of the Rt. Hon. John Turner, former Prime Minister of Canada.
A new report by the International Joint Commission (IJC) Health Professionals Advisory Board reviews the health risks that humans are exposed to when they frequently consume fish with high levels of the trace element selenium.
After years of complex scientific study, independent review, a public comment period and…
Fishing tales often include exaggerations about the sizes or numbers caught. Rather than embellishment, the story of declining fisheries in the Great Lakes is one about how changes in the shallow, nearshore areas affect the deep, offshore regions and important fish populations.
There are many factors stressing the health of the Great Lakes ecosystem, but some issues like climate change are making other problems even worse.
“Indigenous Knowledge: Lived Experiences and Valuable Perspectives” is a three-part series that examines the potential of Indigenous Knowledge (IK) to strengthen water management in North America.