Zero discharge of persistent toxic substances; involvement by municipal governments to protect water quality; incorporating land use planning elements into remedial action plans; the invasion of zebra mussels; and shifting from reactive to proactive attitudes in all programs developed to restore and protect the Great Lakes Basin Ecosystem. These and many other issues were presented by conference participants to the International Joint Commission (IJC) during the 1989 Biennial Meeting on Great Lakes Water Quality.
"Focus on International Joint Commission Activities (ISSN 0832-6673): vol.14 iss.3,"
Focus on International Joint Commission Activities: Vol. 14
, Article 1.
Available at: http://scholar.uwindsor.ca/ijcfocus/vol14/iss3/1