COMMISSION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION
THREE COUNTRIES WORKING TOGETHER TO PROTECT OUR SHARED ENVIRONMENT
In 2004, an independent Ten-Year Review and Assessment Committee (TRAC) undertook an examination of the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation. TRAC produced a report that reviewed the implementation of the NAAEC and provided an assessment of the impacts of the various programs of the CEC.
Pierre Marc Johnson (Chair)
Medical doctor, lawyer and a former Premier of Quebec. He is a counsel lawyer for Heenan Blaikie, a law teacher at the McGill Law School, and was a member of the founding board of directors of the International Institute for Sustainable Development.
President of the ecology commission of Confederación Nacional de Cámaras Industriales. He is a lawyer and founding partner of the firm Lexcorp Abogados, through which he has counseled domestic and foreign companies on compliance with Mexican environmental legislation. He is also a former member of the Joint Public Advisory Committee of the CEC.
Jennifer A. Haverkamp
Former Assistant US Trade Representative for Environment and Natural Resources at the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR), where she oversaw negotiations of environmental components of trade agreements. She now works as an independent consultant, based in Washington, DC.
John F. Mizroch
President and CEO of World Environment Center, a not-for-profit organization that encourages corporate environmental leadership. He is a former executive director of the Environmental Export Council and advisor to the Joint Economic Committee of Congress.
Robert J.D. Page
Vice President for Sustainable Development at TransAlta Corporation, a power generation company based in Calgary, Alberta. He is a former dean at the Faculty of Environmental Design at the University of Calgary, where he remains an adjunct professor of environmental science.
Professor and researcher at the College of Mexico (El Colegio de México). She is a member of National System of Researchers (Sistema Nacional de Investigadores) of the Mexican Academy of Sciences (Academia Mexicana de Ciencias). She is a specialist in Mexican foreign policy and Mexico-US relations, with a current focus on environmental issues.