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US Mercury Emissions Now Worry Even Trade Bureaucrats

by Organic Consumers Association - 12/14/2005

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The citizen submissions mechanism of the CEC enables the public to play a whistleblower role on matters of environmental law enforcement. Under Article 14 of the Agreement, any person or nongovernmental organization may submit to the Secretariat a claim alleging that a NAFTA partner is failing to effectively enforce its environmental law.

Edwards said, "The CEC Secretariat's decision is a welcome step towards ensuring that the U.S. government acts to protect the health of our waterways and at-risk mothers and children in the U.S. and Canada."

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Provided by Organic Consumers Association on 12/14/2005

 
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