Indianapolis started it all in 1983, when 300 people joined the International Joint Commission for its first Biennial Meeting on Great Lakes Water Quality. Kingston was next in 1985, followed by Toledo in 1987, Hamilton in 1989, and Traverse City in 1991, when more than 1,600 people participated in the meeting. Now, ten years later, Windsor will host the International Joint Commission’s 1993 Biennial Meeting on Great Lakes Water Quality. Why does the Commission hold these meetings, what issues are addressed, and how can attendees participate in this year’s sessions ?
"Focus on International Joint Commission Activities (ISSN 0832-6673): vol.18 iss.2,"
Focus on International Joint Commission Activities: Vol. 18
, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholar.uwindsor.ca/ijcfocus/vol18/iss2/1