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The Honorable Ninfa Salinas
Senator of the Green Environmentalist Party of the Mexican Senate
Georgetown University's Center for Latin American Studies
Would like to invite you to a roundtable discussion:
Two Nations: U.S. - Mexico Shaping an Environmental Agenda
January 23, 2013
Copley Formal Lounge
*Continental breakfast provided (please arrive at 9:20 to grab coffee & food)
This roundtable seeks to identify common priorities and ways to go forward in a collaborative fashion, translating a common vision into concrete actions by engaging decision makers at different levels from both countries.
-Russell Frisbie, Special Assistant, International Boundary and Water Commission, United States Section
- Francisco Moreno Merino, Attorney General for Environmental Protection, Mexico
- Ignacia Moreno, Esq., Assistant Attorney General, US Department of Justice
- Kevin O’Reilly, Director, Office of Mexican Affairs, Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, U.S. Department of State
- Rafael Pacchiano Alaman, Undersecretary for Environmental Protection, Mexican Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources
- Roberto Salmón Castelo, Commissioner, International Boundary and Water Commission, Mexico Section
- Nancy Sutley, Chair , Council on Environmental Quality, The White House
- Duncan Wood, Director, Mexico Institute, Woodrow Wilson Center
- Kathryn Zyla, Program Director, Georgetown University Climate Center
- Dr. Erick Langer, Director, Center for Latin American Studies, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
- Charles di Leva, Chief Counsel in the Environmental and International Law Unit, World Bank
- Claudia de Windt, Cheif Environmental Law, Policy and Good Governance, Organization of American States
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