The IJC has just posted its proposed priorities for science and policy development for 2003-2005.
Priorities are specific issues for study that provide a focus for the work of the International Joint Commission and its advisory boards under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. These priority studies enhance understanding and provide potential resolution to important issues faced by the all of us trying to restore the Great Lakes -- the governments and the citizens of the Great Lakes basin.
The priorities can be accessed at www.ijc.org.
Have your say. What do you think of the priorities under consideration?
Come to the IJC Biennial Meeting (register now online at www.ijc.org). Bring your views to the town hall meeting portion of the September 20, 2003 Biennial Meeting in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Deadline for comments is Friday, October 3, 2003
Dr. Gail Krantzberg
Director, IJC GLRO
Windsor, ON, 519-257-6715
thanks for making the lakes great!