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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Stakeholder Information Questionnaire." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Advancing United States-Mexico Binational Sustainability Partnerships. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26070.
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Appendix A

Stakeholder Information Questionnaire

LETTER

[español abajo]

Dear Colleagues,

The U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine and the Mexican Academy of Sciences, Academy of Engineering, and National Academy of Medicine are conducting a binational study on Sustainability Partnerships in the U.S.–Mexico Drylands Region. The study focuses on identifying strategies and solutions that can strengthen ongoing binational collaboration among government, private sector, and community stakeholders.

The study committee would like to identify former and existing U.S.–Mexico partnerships and gather input to help organize a virtual public seminar to be held on July 15, 2020. We define binational sustainability partnerships as: “Organizations and individuals from different sectors and interest groups within the United States and Mexico, voluntarily coming together with organizations or individuals across the United States – Mexico border to address shared binational challenges and opportunities for sustainable development that isolated efforts or national initiatives would not be able to effectively accomplish.” You have been identified as a representative of an organization that is currently, or has been in the past, involved in some form of U.S.–Mexico partnership as defined above.

Please complete the brief questionnaire (approx. 5 min.) at the following link: https://tinyurl.com/ybsqywhd.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Stakeholder Information Questionnaire." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Advancing United States-Mexico Binational Sustainability Partnerships. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26070.
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Your contact information will be kept confidential and will only be used to notify you of the seminar, and to follow up on your answers if the committee would like to know more about your organization and partnership(s).

For more information about the study, please visit https://www.nationalacademies.org/our-work/sustainability-partnerships-in-the-us-mexico-drylands-region-a-binational-consensus-study#sectionProjectScope.


Estimadas Colegas,

Las Academias Nacionales de Ciencias, Ingeniería y Medicina de EE.UU. y la Academia Mexicana de Ciencias, Academia de Ingeniería y Academia Nacional de Medicina están realizando un estudio binacional sobre Alianzas para la Sostenibilidad de las Tierras Áridas entre los Estados Unidos y México. El estudio se enfocará en identificar estrategias y soluciones que puedan fortalecer la colaboración binacional en curso entre el gobierno, el sector privado y actores locales.

El comité de estudio quisiera identificar alianzas actuales y pasadas entre EE.UU. y México, y recopilar información para ayudar a organizar un seminario público virtual que se realizará el 15 de julio 2020. El comité define las alianzas binacionales de sostenibilidad como: “Organizaciones e individuos de diferentes sectores y grupos de interés dentro del Estados Unidos y México, que se asocian voluntariamente con organizaciones o individuos a través de la frontera EE.UU. - México para abordar retos binacionales compartidos y oportunidades para el desarrollo sostenible que los esfuerzos aislados o las iniciativas nacionales no podrían lograr de manera efectiva.” Usted ha sido identificado como un/a representante de una organización que está actualmente, o ha estado en el pasado, involucrada en alguna forma de alianza entre EE.UU. y México, como se definió anteriormente.

Por favor, complete el breve cuestionario (aprox. 5 min.) en el siguiente enlace: https://tinyurl.com/y8gu2dj8.

Su información de contacto se mantendrá confidencial y solamente se utilizará para notificarle a usted sobre el seminario, y para dar seguimiento a sus respuestas si el comité desea obtener más información sobre su organización y alianza(s).

Para mayor información sobre el estudio, visite a https://www.nationalacademies.org/our-work/sustainability-partnerships-in-the-us-mexico-drylands-region-a-binational-consensus-study#sectionProjectScope.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Stakeholder Information Questionnaire." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Advancing United States-Mexico Binational Sustainability Partnerships. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26070.
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QUESTIONNAIRE


Stakeholder Information Questionnaire

Cuestionario de Información sobre Actores Locales

(Red text is instruction language for questionnaire designer; it will not appear to questionnaire users.)

(write in fields—mandatory, except for #5)

  1. NAME
  2. NAME OF ORGANIZATION
  3. JOB TITLE
  4. PHONE
  5. WHATSAPP (optional)
  6. EMAIL
  1. NOMBRE
  2. NOMBRE DE LA ORGANIZACIÓN
  3. NOMBRE DEL PUESTO
  4. NUMERO DE TELÉFONO
  5. WHATSAPP (optional)
  6. CORREO ELECTRÓNICO

  1. IS YOUR ORGANIZATION NON-PROFIT OR FOR-PROFIT? (Select one)
    • NON-PROFIT
    • FOR-PROFIT

    ¿ES SU ORGANIZACIÓN SIN FINES DE LUCRO O CON FINES DE LUCRO? (Select one)

    • SIN FINES DE LUCRO
    • CON FINES DE LUCRO

  1. IF NON-PROFIT, PLEASE SELECT THE TYPE: (Select one)
    • FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
    • STATE OR LOCAL GOVERNMENT
    • NON-GOVERNMENTAL
    • NOT APPLICABLE—FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Stakeholder Information Questionnaire." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Advancing United States-Mexico Binational Sustainability Partnerships. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26070.
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    SI NO TIENE FINES DE LUCRO, POR FAVOR SELECCIONE EL TIPO: (Select one)

  • GOBIERNO FEDERAL
  • GOBIERNO ESTATAL O LOCAL
  • NO GUBERNAMENTAL
  • NO APLICABLE - ORGANIZACIÓN CON FINES DE LUCRO

  1. WHICH SECTOR BEST DESCRIBES YOUR ORGANIZATION? (Select all that apply)
    • MIGRATION
    • CLIMATE CHANGE / ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
    • DISASTER / EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
    • CRITICAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (WATER/ENERGY/FOOD)
    • MINING / EXTRACTION
    • ARTS / CULTURE / PRESERVATION
    • EDUCATION / RESEARCH
    • ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
    • URBAN PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
    • PUBLIC HEALTH
    • TRADE/COMMERCIAL MANUFACTURING
    • TRANSPORTATION
    • HUMANITARIAN AID
    • OTHER [Describe]

    ¿CUÁL SECTOR DESCRIBE MEJOR SU ORGANIZACIÓN? (Seleccione todas las que correspondan)

    • MIGRACIÓN
    • CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO / CONSERVACIÓN AMBIENTAL
    • GESTIÓN DE DESASTRES Y EMERGENCIAS
    • GESTIÓN DE RECURSOS CRÍTICOS (AGUA / ENERGÍA / ALIMENTOS)
    • MINERÍA / EXTRACCIÓN
    • ARTE / CULTURA / CONSERVACIÓN
    • EDUCACIÓN / INVESTIGACIÓN
    • JUSTICIA AMBIENTAL
    • PLANIFICACIÓN Y DESARROLLO URBANO
    • SALUD PÚBLICA
    • COMERCIO / FABRICACIÓN COMERCIAL
    • TRANSPORTE
    • AYUDA HUMANITARIA
    • OTROS [Describa]

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Stakeholder Information Questionnaire." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Advancing United States-Mexico Binational Sustainability Partnerships. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26070.
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  1. IN WHICH MEXICAN AND/OR U.S. STATE(S) DOES YOUR ORGANIZATION OPERATE? (Select all that apply)
    • ARIZONA
    • BAJA CALIFORNIA
    • CALIFORNIA
    • CHIHUAHUA
    • COAHUILA
    • NEW MEXICO
    • NUEVO LEON
    • SONORA
    • TAMAULIPAS
    • TEXAS
    • OTHER [Please List] ____________

    ¿EN QUÉ ESTADO(S) MEXICANO Y / O ESTADOUNIDENSE OPERA SU ORGANIZACIÓN? (Seleccione todos los que apliquen)

    • ARIZONA
    • BAJA CALIFORNIA
    • CALIFORNIA
    • CHIHUAHUA
    • COAHUILA
    • NUEVO MÉXICO
    • NUEVO LEÓN
    • SONORA
    • TAMAULIPAS
    • TEXAS
    • OTROS [Por Favor Liste] ____________

  1. BASED ON THE ABOVE DEFINITION OF PARTNERSHIPS, HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION PARTNERED BINATIONALLY WITH OTHER ORGANIZATIONS, EITHER NOW OR IN THE PAST? (Select one)
    • YES
    • NO

    BASADO EN LA DEFINICIÓN ANTERIOR DE ALIANZAS, ¿SE HA ASOCIADO SU ORGANIZACIÓN BINACIONALMENTE, AHORA O EN EL PASADO, CON OTRAS ORGANIZACIONES?

    • NO

Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Stakeholder Information Questionnaire." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Advancing United States-Mexico Binational Sustainability Partnerships. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26070.
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  1. WHAT IS THE AVERAGE LENGTH OF THE BINATIONAL PARTNERSHIP(S)? (Select all that apply)
    • LESS THAN ONE YEAR
    • ONE TO FIVE YEARS
    • MORE THAN FIVE YEARS

    ¿CUÁL ES LA DURACIÓN MEDIA DE LA(S) ALIANZA(S) BINACIONAL(ES)? (Seleccione todos que apliquen)

    • MENOS DE UN AÑO
    • DE UNO A CINCO AÑOS
    • MÁS DE CINCO AÑOS

  1. WITH WHICH SECTORS HAS YOUR ORGANIZATION PARTNERED BINATIONALLY? (Select all that apply)
    • MIGRATION
    • CLIMATE CHANGE / ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
    • DISASTER / EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
    • CRITICAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (WATER/ENERGY/FOOD)
    • MINING / EXTRACTION
    • ARTS / CULTURE / PRESERVATION
    • EDUCATION / RESEARCH
    • ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
    • URBAN PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
    • PUBLIC HEALTH
    • TRADE/COMMERCIAL MANUFACTURING
    • TRANSPORTATION
    • HUMANITARIAN AID
    • OTHER [Describe]

    ¿CON QUÉ SECTORES TIENE SU ORGANIZACIÓN ALIANZAS BINACIONALES? (Seleccione todos los que apliquen)

    • MIGRACIÓN
    • CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO / CONSERVACIÓN AMBIENTAL
    • GESTIÓN DE DESASTRES Y EMERGENCIAS
    • GESTIÓN DE RECURSOS CRÍTICOS (AGUA / ENERGÍA / ALIMENTOS)
    • MINERÍA / EXTRACCIÓN
    • ARTE / CULTURA / CONSERVACIÓN
    • EDUCACIÓN / INVESTIGACIÓN
    • JUSTICIA AMBIENTAL
    • PLANIFICACIÓN Y DESARROLLO URBANO
Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Stakeholder Information Questionnaire." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Advancing United States-Mexico Binational Sustainability Partnerships. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26070.
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    • SALUD PÚBLICA
    • COMERCIO / FABRICACIÓN COMERCIAL
    • TRANSPORTE
    • AYUDA HUMANITARIA
    • OTROS [Describa]

    1. HOW WOULD YOU CHARACTERIZE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE BINATIONAL PARTNERSHIP ACTIVITIES IN PURSUING YOUR ORGANIZATION’S GOALS? (Select one)
      • HIGHLY EFFECTIVE
      • MODERATELY EFFECTIVE
      • MINIMALLY EFFECTIVE
      • NOT EFFECTIVE

      ¿CÓMO CARACTERIZARÍA LA EFFECTIVIDAD DE LAS AC-TIVIDADES DE LA (LAS) ASOCIACIÓN(ES) BINACIONAL(ES) PARA LOGRAR LOS OBJETIVOS DE SU ORGANIZACIÓN? (Select one)

      • MUY EFECTIVA
      • MODERADAMENTE EFECTIVA
      • MINIMAMENTE EFECTIVA
      • NO EFECTIVA
    Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Stakeholder Information Questionnaire." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Advancing United States-Mexico Binational Sustainability Partnerships. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26070.
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    The border region shared by the United States and Mexico is currently experiencing multiple crises on both sides that present challenges to safeguarding the region's sustainable natural resources and to ensuring the livelihoods of its residents. These challenges are exacerbated by stressors including global climate change, increasing urbanization and industrialization and attendant air and water-quality degradation, and rapid population growth. Navigating these challenges and preserving the area’s cultural richness, economy, and ecology will require building strategic partnerships that engage a broad range of stakeholders from both countries.

    To navigate these challenges, the U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, together with the Mexican Academy of Sciences (Academia Mexicana de Ciencias), Mexican Academy of Engineering (Academia de Ingeniería de México), and Mexican National Academy of Medicine (Academia Nacional de Medicina de México), appointed a committee of experts from the United States and Mexico to conduct a consensus study.

    Advancing United States-Mexico Binational Sustainability Partnerships incorporates features of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, in particular, Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 17. SDG 17 calls for revitalizing global partnerships for sustainable development. It is specifically focused on the advancement of multi-stakeholder partnerships that require coordination and collaboration among diverse stakeholders in pursuit of a common and mutually beneficial vision. With attention to SDG 17, this report draws on social science theory and applied research on partnerships to explore potential strategies and mechanisms to increase coordination between relevant government agencies, the private sector, and civil society in the United States and Mexico.

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