Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC)
Commission de coopération environnementale (CCE)
Comisión para la Cooperación Ambiental (CCA)
Established 1 Jan 1994, upon entry into force of the T-XT9434 - North American Agreement for Environmental Cooperation (NAAEC). Complements environmental provisions established in F-XF5235 - NAFTA Secretariat.
Support the cooperative environmental agenda of Canada, Mexico and the USA to green North America's economy; set strategic priorities to address climate change by promoting a low-carbon economy; protect the environment and the health of citizens; enhance compliance with, and promote enforcement of, environmental laws; bring together governments, civil society and businesses to develop innovative North American solutions to regional environmental challenges.
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Council, representing the governments of NAAEC member countries; Joint Public Advisory Committee (JPAC); Secretariat.
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