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From the ASU School of Transborder Studies website

"Our aim is to affect social change by developing and nurturing integrated transborder scholarship and teaching, leading to more prosperous and sustainable transborder communities. We strive to affect transborder policy and social practice to promote individual, group, and regional prosperity in a globalized world."  ( ) In other words, Agenda 21 and open borders.

The following screen shots were taken from the ASU School of Transborder website. Notice, the emphasis in creating a “sustainable” “binational” “Zone of Cooperation” which straddles the US/Mexico border. This area would be accessible from either country making this area extra-Constitutional and the US border irrelevant (as described in the NAFTA Agreement). After reviewing these four pics, please go to the last picture.






Notice the 124 mile wide orange area on the map called the Border 21/La Paz Sidebar Agreement of NAFTA which straddles the US/Mexico border. The following excerpt is from an EPA document on the subject:



Executive Summary

The Border XXI Program (Border XXI or Program) is an innovative binational effort which brings together the diverse U.S. and Mexican federal entities responsible for the border environment to work cooperatively toward sustainable development through protection of human health and the environment and proper management of natural resources in both countries. Over the last 30 years, the border region has experienced a dramatic surge in population and industrialization. Unfortunately, this growth has exceeded the existing infrastructure capabilities of the region, leading to inadequate sewage treatment and hazardous and solid waste infrastructure, insufficient drinking water supplies, and dramatic impacts on habitats and the biodiversity they support. Increased urbanization and the lack of paved roads along the border have also impacted air quality. Border XXI will help to ensure a commitment to sustainable development along the border by seeking a balance among social and economic factors and the protection of the environment in border communities and natural areas.



The UNWP (UN Wildlands Project) is based on the strategy of protecting biological diversity using core wilderness reserves. Areas not included in core reserves or buffer zones are zones of cooperation where regulations are designed to favor biodiversity and ecosystems.

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