The Good Neighbor Environmental Board
The Good Neighbor Environmental Board (GNEB or Board) is an independent federal advisory committee. Its mission is to advise the President and Congress of the United States on good neighbor practices along the U.S. border with Mexico. Its recommendations are focused on environmental infrastructure needs within the U.S. states contiguous to Mexico.
The Board does not carry out any specific border program. Rather its role is to step back as an expert, concerned observer and analyze the big picture when it comes to the problems the border region faces, as well as the opportunities at hand.
December 12, 2012 - The Good Neighbor Environmental Board issues its 15th annual report to the President entitled: The Environmental, Economic and Health Status of Water Resources in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region (PDF) (80 pp, 15.86MB, About PDF)