Former Councillor On Trilateral Group
Bonnie Stowkowy, P.Eng., Works On Free Trade Environmental Issues
A prominent Alberta professional engineer and past APEGGA councillor
is one of 12 Canadians recently named to a commission on North American
environmental issues. Bonnie Stowkowy, P.Eng., vice-president of environmental
and regulatory policy for the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association in
Calgary, now sits on the Commission for Environmental Cooperation's national
Also named to the committee on May 28 was fellow Albertan Paul Hunt, the
vice-president of Climate Change Central in Calgary. Federal Environment
Minister David Anderson also made appointments to two other committees
of the commission -- the joint public advisory committee and the committee
on the North American Fund for Environmental Cooperation.
The Commission for Environmental Cooperation is an international organization
created by Canada, the United States and Mexico to complement the environmental
provisions of the North American Free Trade Agreement. It addresses regional
environmental concerns, helps prevent trade and environmental conflicts,
and promotes enforcement of environmental law.
Ms Stowkowy, 43, served on APEGGA Council from 1997 to 2000.