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2002–2003

This report describes progress regarding those action items identified by the working tables as priorities at the 7th annual meeting of the Canada/ Mexico/USA Trilateral Committee for Wildlife and Ecosystem Conservation and Management, which took place in Nuevo Vallarta, Nayarit, Mexico, on April 23–25, 2002.

LAW ENFORCEMENT WORKING TABLE

Action

Who

Time frame

Date Completed

Open NAWEG's issues to public participation through its internet web page

All

Ongoing

Ongoing

Keep training exchange program with financial support, when possible, from the CEC

NAWEG members

Dependent on participating institution's training schedule

Completed and ongoing

Keep CEC informed on training exchange activities

NAWEG members

Ongoing

Completed and ongoing

NAWEG will proceed with Protected Plants Seminar

Seminar leads - Richard Charette- Canada; Jose Bernal B Mexico; Richard Marks B US

Mexico to prepare logistical proposal to host seminar

Mid May - Logistical proposal prepared

March 1, 2003

Prepare a budget proposal for Plants Seminar and request necessary increase to 2003 NAWEG budget

CEC, with NAWEG support

Mid May

December 2002

Minor edits to be made to NAWEG Strategic Plan, then translated into French and Spanish

Edits B Canada, Yvan Lafleur

Translation B Canada and Mexico

Edits due May 15, 2002

October 2002

Participate in INTERPOL meetings and keep NAWEG members informed on issues discussed

Canada, Yvan Lafleur, on behalf of NAWEG

Ongoing

September 2002 (and ongoing)

 

 

Facilitating international cooperation for conserving the living heritage of North America.

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