U.S. EPA R6
For the last 45 years Dr. Rincon has been engaged in multinational collaboration centered on U.S.–Mexico endeavors in the field of natural resources, environment and agriculture, contributing as participant from the private sector, as an academic, and, most recently, for U.S. EPA. Currently he serve as the director of EPA’s R6 U.S.-Mexico Border Office. His is responsible of supervising implementation of the U.S.–Mexico Environmental Program (Border 2020) in coordination with state and local governments officials, tribes, academia and stakeholders of both countries. He also sit on the Technical Committee for the Paso Del Norte Air Quality Task Force, which strives to reduce air pollutants to healthier levels by promoting initiatives including economic incentives for implementing cost-effective strategies throughout the air-basin. Dr. Rincon is a member of the Technical Committee for the Paso Del Norte Water Task Force, which encompasses managers and community leaders responsible for water utilities, irrigation districts, industrial water users, and community experts, with a regional approach where data, best management practices, and water plans are shared amongst water use principals and planners.