Canada, Mexico and the United States Working Together on Climate Adaptation Solutions for North America
The Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) was established in 1994 by Canada, Mexico and the United States to facilitate effective cooperation and public participation to conserve, protect, and enhance the North American environment. The Commission has longstanding experience in promoting regional collaboration to address climate-related impacts and this event will present success stories in the design and implementation of key projects that foster collaboration and adaptation to promote social and environmental well-being.
The overarching objective of this event is to provide input for delegates, representatives of Indigenous communities, and other countries to design and implement regional, collaborative, science-based mitigation and adaptation projects. The CEC Council, the CEC Executive Director and an Indigenous Community leader will present CEC’s extensive collaborative work and numerous successes, including at the local level.
Three Countries, One Environment: Canada, Mexico and the US Announce Details of New North American Climate Adaptation Initiative at COP27
November 10, 2022
Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, 9 November 2022—Today, the Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) and its governing Council of North America’s environment ministers are proud to share details of a new North American Climate Adaptation Initiative.
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