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Indigenous Leader and Scholar Octaviana Trujillo to Chair CEC’s Joint Public Advisory Committee (JPAC)
Montreal, 18 January 2023 — The Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) is pleased to announce that Octaviana V. Trujillo (Yaqui), Ph.D., founding Chair and Professor Emerita in the Department of Applied Indigenous Studies at Northern Arizona University and former Chair of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona, will chair CEC’s Joint Public Advisory Committee (JPAC) for 2023.
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Documents related to governance including Council Resolutions, JPAC Advice to Council, Operational Plans & more
Funding of the Commission for Environmental Cooperation for the Financial Year 2023
Funding of the Commission for Environmental Cooperation for the financial year 2022
Renewing our trilateral commitment and implementing the new Free Trade Agreement and its supporting Environmental Cooperation Agreement
This Operational Plan 2022 (OP) presents the work that the CEC will implement this year, which by and large continues work initiated in 2021.