Building Community Solutions to Marine Litter

Common trash from consumer goods in coastal and inland locations makes up the majority of trash that ends up pollluting our oceans. Marine Litter damages ecosystems and kills marine life, threatening our food supplies, tourism, the fishing industry and our economies. Through its 2017-2018 project “Building Community solutions to Marine Litter”, the CEC led the […]

Building Community Solutions to Marine Litter in North America

Common trash from consumer goods in coastal and inland locations makes up the majority of trash that ends up polluting our oceans. Marine litter damages ecosystems and kills marine life, threatening our food supplies, tourism, the fishing industry, and our economies. Through its 2017-2018 project “Building Community Solutions to Marine Litter”, the CEC led the […]

Building Community Solutions to Marine Litter in North America

Common trash from consumer goods in coastal and inland locations makes up the majority of trash that ends up polluting our oceans. Marine litter damages ecosystems and kills marine life, threatening our food supplies, tourism, the fishing industry, and our economies. Through its 2017-2018 project “Building Community Solutions to Marine Litter”, the CEC led the […]

Cummins Filtración SLP: Implementation of an Energy Management System

This case study describes the implementation and certification of the ISO 50001 energy management standard at the Cummins Filtración SLP facility, which completed the CEC 2016-2017 North American Energy Management Pilot Program. The case study aims to make the private sector aware of the business case for energy management and its value in maintaining competitiveness.

Ingersoll Rand Manufactura S. de R.L. de C.V. : Implementation of an Energy Management System

This case study describes the implementation and certification of the ISO 50001 energy management standard at the Ingersoll Rand Manufactura S. de R.L. de C.V facility, which completed the CEC 2016-2017 North American Energy Management Pilot Program. The case study aims to make the private sector aware of the business case for energy management and […]

Ecosystem Function and Traditional Ecological Knowledge:

Under its 2015–2016 project, Using Ecosystem Function and Traditional Ecological Knowledge Together to Build Resilience and Adapt to Climate Change in North America, the CEC facilitated the exchange of tools, methodologies and assessments developed in Canada, Mexico and the United States to support the development of ecosystem-based, local adaptation in communities vulnerable to the effects […]

Help bring the facts to light

All over North America, engaged citizens are improving the environmental well-being of their communities. These citizens are supported by environmental laws that help protect air, water, species and land. To create an open line of communication with North Americans about how environmental law is enforced, the governments of Canada, Mexico and the United States take […]

Project Accomplishments 2013–2014

The accomplishments of the sixteen projects implemented in 2013–2014 are summarized in this booklet. Detailed project summaries and budgets are available in the CEC’s Operational Plan 2013–2014. You can also consult the CEC’s Operational Plan 2011–2012, as well as its Strategic Plan for 2010–2015.

Accomplishments of the North American Working Group on Environmental Enforcement and Compliance Cooperation

Summary of the accomplishments of the North American Working Group on Environmental Enforcement and Compliance Cooperation.

Four Years of Collaboration in the Big Bend-Rio Bravo Region

This brochure provides an overview of the Commission for Environmental Cooperation’s activities, from 2011 to 2015, supporting experts from Mexico and the United States in increasing the knowledge and capacity for conservation practices within the citizenry of the Big Bend-Río Bravo borderland.

NAPECA Community grant program 2013–2015

The CEC Council awarded US$1.2 million in grants under the North American Partnership for Environmental Community Action (NAPECA) program for 17 new projects that will support communities across North America in addressing environmental problems at the local level.

Wood Burning: A Source of Dioxins

This outreach document is intended for the general public. It provides general information on wood burning as a source of dioxins and other pollutants, as well as recommendations to diminish the risk of exposure.