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EPA Collaboration with Mexico
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- Border 2020 Program
- The North American Development Bank (NADB) and Border Environment Cooperation Commission (BECC)
- Preparing for and preventing environmental emergencies
- US-Mexico Border: Water Infrastructure Program
The U.S-Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Mexican Environment and Natural Resources Ministry (SEMARNAT) Border 2020 National Coordinators will participate in the first biennial National Coordinators Meeting (NCM) under the Border 2020 U.S.-Mexico Environmental Program in El Paso, Texas, September 21-23, 2015. This meeting will provide an opportunity for the National Coordinators to showcase Border 2020 accomplishments, as well as reexamine the goals, objectives, and operations of the program. During this meeting, the coordinators also plan to complete action plans for the upcoming two years.
Following the meeting, EPA will participate in the Children's Environmental U.S.-MX Border Symposium, which aims to increase knowledge of how early childhood exposures can affect children’s health and to facilitate networking among the healthcare community, promotoras, and the public.
Additional Resources About Environment and the Mexico-U.S. Border
- International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC). Exit The U.S. and Mexico have cooperated on their shared border environment for over a hundred years. Much of this cooperation took place under the auspices of the IBWC, a U.S.-Mexico international organization with a presence in both countries. The IBWC administers several large water cleanup projects, including those in Tijuana and Nuevo Laredo.
- Border Environment Cooperation Commission (BECC). Exit BECC identifies, develops, and certifies environmental infrastructure projects in the the U.S.-Mexico border area.
- North American Development Bank (NADBank). Exit NADBank participates in the financing of BECC-certified projects.
- SEMARNAT, Exit Mexico's Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources. SEMARNAT is EPA's federal counterpart in the U.S.-Mexico Environmental Program.