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What does IJC stand for?

IJC stands for International Joint Commission

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The URC is making important contributions to interdisciplinary research, including work being done in the United States and Canada through the Council of Great Lakes Governors, the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the International Joint Commission," said University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman.
A principal instrument of this cooperation is the International Joint Commission established under the 1909 Boundary Waters Treaty.
American Sections ($ in thousands) FY 2012 FY 2013 Actual CR (1/) American Sections 11,687 11,759 International Joint Commission 7,012 7,055 International Boundary Commission 2,279 2,293 Border Environment Cooperation Commission 2,396 2,411 ($ in thousands) FY 2014 Increase / Request Decrease from FY 2012 American Sections 12,499 812 International Joint Commission 7,664 652 International Boundary Commission 2,449 170 Border Environment Cooperation Commission 2,386 -10 (1/) The FY 2013 CR is based on the annualized continuing resolution calculation for FY 2013 (P.
The 1979 Report examined existing dispute resolution mechanisms, such as Article X of the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909, that provided for the binding resolution of disputes by the International Joint Commission, as well as the International Court of Justice at The Hague.
The papers discuss patterns of treaty making over international rivers, bilateral cooperation on river development between South Africa and Lesotho, the political economy of water supply in the Pacific Island region, the nature of national domestic conflicts over water resources in Bangladesh and China, comparative river basin management in the US and South Korea, the International Joint Commission formed by Canada and the United States to resolve boundary water conflicts, the establishment of the Mekong River Commission in Southeast Asia, Cold War hydropolitics in Southern Africa, water management conflicts in the Niger River Basin of West Africa, and water as commodity and source of conflict in Australia.
Herb Gray, the Canadian Chair of the International Joint Commission of Canada and the United States in his remarks to the Opening Plenary Session of the 15th International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species today recommended that participants call on their governments to move from discussion to more action to combat the threat of Aquatic Invasive Species including ratifying the 2004 IMO International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments.