When NAFTA came into force in 1994, it was the first free trade agreement to link the environment and trade through a historic parallel environmental cooperation agreement, the North American Environmental Cooperation Agreement (NAAEC). CUSMA strengthens and modernizes environmental provisions by integrating them into an ambitious, comprehensive and enforceable environmental chapter. The environmental chapter defines a binding and enforceable dispute resolution procedure to answer all compliance issues. This includes using the broader CUSMA dispute resolution mechanism when countries are unable to resolve the problem through consultation and cooperation. (e) the exchange of information on the internal implementation of multilateral environmental agreements, which have been ratified by all parties; (2) In the development of its work programme, the Commission should take into account the mechanisms for financing cooperation activities and the appropriate allocation of human, technological, material and organisational resources that may be necessary for the effective implementation of cooperation activities, in accordance with the capabilities of the parties. With regard to environmental cooperation, the following financing mechanisms can be considered: the CEC encourages trilateral cooperation between the three parties to address common environmental issues and issues. The CUSMA also contains a parallel environmental cooperation agreement (ECA). The Court maintains and modernizes the unique institutions that have existed since 1994 under the NAAEC, including the Commission for Environmental Cooperation and its montreal-based secretariat. Through the CoR, a modernized Commission will continue the legacy of effective trilateral environmental cooperation between Canada, Mexico and the United States, including on global environmental issues important to Canada, such as climate change. (i) building capacity to promote public participation in the environmental decision-making process; HIGHLIGHT the importance of green growth, including its economic, health and environmental benefits, to achieve a competitive and sustainable North American economy; Canada is firmly committed to the principle that trade liberalization and environmental protection support each other.