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In 1987, the governments of Canada and the United States made a commitment, as part of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement (GLWQA), to develop a Lakewide Management Plan (LaMP) for each of the five Great Lakes. According to the 1987 Agreement, "LaMPs shall embody a systematic and comprehensive ecosystem approach to restoring and protecting beneficial uses in ... open lake waters", including consultation with the public. This Stage 1 LaMP (the "problem definition" document) for Lake Ontario has been developed by Region II of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), Environment Canada (EC), ...
The Obama Administration’s proposed Great Lakes Restoration Budget Initiative, if appropriated, will hit the ground running and produce near-term results. To some the proposed $475 M investment may appear to be coming out of the blue, and therefore, to be destined for a black hole. Not so. The Great Lakes Region is ready, willing, and able to turn those dollars into visible improvements in this massive fresh water resource for the American public to enjoy. Those of us in the Ecosystem Restoration policy community nationally are aware of the extensive technical planning and organizing which ... Read More
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