|International Joint Commission
The IJC prevents and resolves
disputes between the U.S and Canada under the 1909 Boundary Waters
Treaty and serves as an independent advisor to the two governments.
It assists in the protection of the transboundary environment from
coast to coast, including implementation of the Great Lakes Water
Quality Agreement and control projects, and monitoring water quality
issues and transboundary air quality in more than 10 shared
watersheds. The IJC's newly redesigned website features an updated
look and innovative access tools, including a new "virtual" library
of more than 1,200 IJC publications.
Illinois Watershed Management
IWMC provides practical information to individuals
interested in protecting our greatest economic and social resource,
Indiana's 2003 Annual State of the
This report serves as an environmental
report card and strives to make comparative environmental data
available to all citizens.
Midwest Spatial Decision Support System
The goal of the Midwest Partnership for
Watershed Management Decision Support Systems is to develop, promote
and disseminate web-based spatial decision support systems to help
manage watersheds in the Midwest. The target audience is local
officials, natural resource managers and others who need cost
effective, user friendly tools to assist them in watershed planning.
The Compass newsletter now
The Council of Great Lakes
Governors is pleased to announce that its new quarterly newsletter,
The Compass, which provides an update on the Governorsí high
performance agenda and ongoing work through the Council, is now
available to download.