An agreement to clean up the Tijuana River Valley was signed Monday by the International Boundary and Water Commission.
Tires, trash and general nastiness is what you'd typically find in the river, which flows downstream, winding through northern Mexico, before ending up in the ocean near Imperial Beach in San Diego.
Since the river starts in Mexico and ends up in the States, determining who is responsible for the clean up has been a long-standing problem.
Joining Take Two to discuss:
- Paloma Aguirre of Wildcoast, a group which advocates for marine conservation
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