This brief overview summarizes the history of the joint Air Quality Agreement which began in 1991, and the results of efforts to reduce acid rain and ozone. New programs to address Particulate Matter are under discussion at the time of publication.
This plan "sets forth cooperative measures for dealing with a release of a pollutant along the inland boundary of a magnitude that causes, or may cause, damage to the environment or constitutes a threat to public safety, security, health, welfare, or property". Supercedes the 1994 agreement.
A Plan for Response to Polluting Incidents Along the Inland Boundary between the Province of New Brunswick, Canada and the State of Maine, United States of America. Includes details and provisions for immigration procedures for workers crossing borders, and health and safety issues.