US-Mexico Border Program Partners
Although the U.S.-Mexico Environmental Program is overseen and administered by EPA and SEMARNAT, all program activities are selected and implemented by coordinating bodies with full consideration of relevant activities implemented by other institutions (e.g., CEC, NADBank) and the advice provided by the Good Neighbor Environmental Board (GNEB), SEMARNAT’s Advisory Council for Sustainable Development (CCDS) and many other organizations. These organizations represent a broad spectrum of programs and perspectives from governmental, non-governmental, academic, and private sectors. Representatives of these organizations participate actively in the work of the U.S.-Mexico Environmental Program coordinating bodies, and they provide valuable context for the U.S.-Mexico Environmental Program activities.
In addition, the U.S.-Mexico Environmental Program aims to maintain a close partnership with institutions such as the CEC, NADBank and others to more effectively maximize and leverage technical and institutional expertise towards supporting the U.S.-Mexico Environmental Program goals and objectives. The U.S.-Mexico Environmental Program partners may seek NADBank project assistance covering a wide range of areas which may include: technical, programmatic and implementation assistance.
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CCDS – Consejo Consultivo para Desarrollo Sustentable
(Mexico’s Consulting Council for Sustainable Development)
CONAGUA – Comision Nacional del Agua
(Mexico’s National Water Commission)
NADBank – North American Development Bank
PROFEPA – Procuraduría Federal de Protección al Ambiente
(Mexico’s Federal Attorney General for Environmental Protection)
SS – Secretaría de Salud (Mexico’s Secretariat of Health)
USMBHC - U.S.-Mexico Border Health Commission