WASHINGTON (July 29, 2022) — Fifty years ago, the United States and Canada first signed the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, a commitment to work together to restore and protect our shared and increasingly precious resource. Since 1972, the Agreement continues to be a catalyst for strong regional partnerships and innovative approaches to environmental actions.

Today, the United States Environmental Protection Agency and Environment and Climate Change Canada jointly published two reports required under the Agreement: the State of the Great Lakes 2022 Report and the 2022 Progress Report of the Parties. The two full reports can be found at https://binational.net.

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