The Good Neighbor Environmental Board was sustainable development strategy. The Board's created by the Enterprise for the Americas second annual report presents additional Initiative Act of 1992 (7 U.S. Code Section recommendations for addressing the urgent 5404) to advise the President and the Congress challenges of the U.S.-Mexico border region concerning environmental and infrastructure issues and needs within the States contiguous to Mexico. The statute requires the Board to submit an annual report to the President and the Congress. This is the Board's second annual report. The Act requires that Board membership include representatives from appropriate U.S. Government agencies; from the governments of Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas; and from private organizations, including community development, academic, health, environmental, and other nongovernmental entities with expertise on environmental and infrastructure problems along the southwest border. The Board has met six times and will meet in September 1997 with its Mexican counterpart, Region 1 of the Mexican National Advisory Council for Sustainable Development.