Independent Secretariat Reports
Article 13 is a section of the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation (NAAEC) that gives the Secretariat authority to prepare reports on important environmental issues and present them to the governments and people of Canada, Mexico, and the United States.
The Secretariat may prepare reports on any matter within the scope of the annual program. If the report is intended to address any other environmental issue, the Council has to approve it by a two-thirds vote.
The Secretariat may obtain the assistance of independent experts of recognized authority in the matter under review to assist in the preparation of a report.
Spent lead-acid batteries, mostly from cars, trucks and equipment are the most-recycled consumer product in North America.
A new study from the CEC Secretariat will evaluate opportunities to improve the environmental performance of freight transportation in North America.
The Effects of Transgenic Maize in Mexico.
Buildings designed in an environmentally conscious manner.
An Agenda for Cooperation to Address Long-Range Transport of Air Pollution in North America.
Environmental Challenges and Opportunities of the Evolving Continental Electricity Market.
An Agenda for Preserving Transboundary Migratory Bird Habitat on the Upper San Pedro River.
NACEC Secretariat Report on the Death of Migratory Birds at the Silva Reservoir.