opps = title should be Factual Record
Researchers presented document that helps the authorities to create public policies about
(Guadalajara). - The work they have done overt he last 10 years, the authorities at all levels of government to reduce pollution that exists in the Chapala-Santiago basin has been only "good intentions" because there has been no substantial change in water quality despite government actions.
This is reflected in the factual record Chapala II, prepared by the Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC ), a body created from the Free Trade Agreement of North America, which includes representatives of the three signatory nations, said Raquel Gutiérrez Nájera, a researcher at the University of Guadalajara (University of Guadalajara) and member of the governing board of the Master of Laws from the house of study.
"This case in fact, perhaps as mentioned in the document which conforms, the action does not prejudge the Mexican government, but provides information to the parties, which in this case is Mexican governments, U.S. and Canadian government with respect to how they are fundamental aspects of quality, participation, monitoring and inspection and restoration of the watershed and tells us what has been done or not, and why the Mexican government has been negligent in the performance environmental legislation in these areas, "he said.
The relevance of this document, which will be presented on May 8 in the auditorium of the University of Guadalajara by the executive director of the CCA, Irasema Coronado, is that it can serve for the authorities to take it as a basis for public policy, Gutierrez Najera said.
Here is the report - vey long and very interesting