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Lee Botts is founder of the Lake Michigan Federation. Botts considers her continuing role as a mentor to young persons who care about the environment to be most important, but the Great Lakes remai...Click here for more information.
Paul Muldoon is the Executive Director and counsel at the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA). Muldoon is the author of four books and numerous articles. He is the coeditor of Canadian Environmental Law Reports.Click here for more information.
Evolution of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement
Water quality concerns are not new to the Great Lakes. They emerged
early in the 20th century, in 1909, and matured in 1972 and 1978.
They remain a prominent part of today’s conflicted politics and
advancing industrial growth. The Great Lakes Water Quality
Agreement, under the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909, became a model
to the world for environmental management across an international
boundary. Evolution of the Great Lakes Water Quality
Agreementrecounts this historic binational relationship, an
agreement intended to protect the fragile Great Lakes.
"...a scholarly discussion of the Canadian-American partnership...detailed and heavily researched....an excellent reference, as accessible to lay readers as well as students and professionals in environmental studies." - The Bookwatch
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