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Another Drop January 2020

The United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH) is pleased to invite you to its next free, public lecture! 

Transboundary Water Quality Management: The Role and Function of the International Joint Commission


Management of the transboundary water resource shared by Canada and the United States is guided by some of the most highly evolved arrangements anywhere in the world.  Backstopped by the 1909 Boundary Waters Treaty, restoration and maintenance of Great Lakes water quality is being advanced through the 2012 Protocol to the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement (the Agreement).  This presentation will highlight the context of transboundary water quality management in the Great Lakes, and describe the role and function of the International Joint Commission and its advisory boards in supporting and assessing progress towards the objectives of the Agreement.

WHEN: Tuesday January 14, 2020
TIME:
6:45pm (Refreshments)
7:00pm (Lecture)

WHERE:
McMaster Innovation Park
Conference Room 1AB
175 Longwood Road South
Hamilton, ON. L8P 0A1

ADMISSION COST: Absolutely free!

 

Please note that seating is limited. 

To register  spot, RSVP online here or 
email us at
 contact.inweh@unu.edu.

Guest Speaker
MATTHEW CHILD
Matthew Child is a Physical Scientist with the International Joint Commission’s Great Lakes Regional Office in Windsor, Ontario.  His primary role at IJC is to support the Science Advisory Board’s Science Priority Committee which is charged with providing advice to the Commission on a range of scientific matters.  Prior to joining the IJC in 2013, Mr. Child spent 14 years as Director of Watershed Restoration at the Essex Region Conservation Authority in Windsor and Essex County, Ontario, and five years as an environmental consultant in Vancouver, British Columbia.
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