As a founding member of the Coalition, Mexico is highly engaged in the Coalition’s initiatives to reduce short-lived climate pollutants (SCLPs). Mexico recognizes that SLCP mitigation activities are integral to global efforts that address air pollution and near-term climate change.

Lead Partner in the initiatives: Bricks, Municipal Solid Waste, Regional Assessment, SNAP

Mexico: reducing pollutants that contribute to air pollution and climate change

Mexico: reducing pollutants that contribute to air pollution and climate change
Mexico's Environment Secretary, Víctor Manuel Toledo, explains why Mexico is reducing short-lived climate pollutant emissions to address air pollution and climate change.

CCAC activities

Workstream | SNAP
Regional cooperation is essential to raise ambition and scale up short-lived climate pollutant mitigation actions. Since 2012, the Coalition’s SNAP initiative has supported regional workshops that...
Workstream | SNAP
While many countries recognize the value of addressing short-lived climate pollutants and taking an integrated approach to climate and air quality planning, they often lack capacity within the...
Workstream | SNAP
The major health, climate, crop yield and ecosystem benefits of short-lived climate pollutant mitigation that have been identified in global assessments will only be achieved through widespread and...
Workstream | Health
BreatheLife is a joint campaign led by the World Health Organization (WHO), United Nations Environment and the Climate & Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) to mobilize cities and individuals to protect...


2018 | Event Documents
, National Institute of Ecology and Climate Change of Mexico (INECC)

This is the report of the Regional Expert Workshop on Air Quality and Short-lived Climate Pollutants that took place from 21 to 23 March 2018. It brought together participants from 12 countries...

Regional Workshop on Short-Lived Climate Pollutants
2017 | Reports, Case Studies & Assessments
, Cambio Climático y el Centro de Innovación Avanzada en Tecnologías Competitivas (CIATEC)

This study aims to raise the level of knowledge about Mexico's construction sector through a market analysis of construction materials like block, extruded brick and handcrafted ”ladrillo”. It...

Regional Level Market Analysis of the Construction Sector and Pilot Project based on a Public Policy Portfolio in order to reduce SLCP of Traditional Brickyards in México


Secretario de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, Boulevard Adolfo Ruiz Cortines 4209, Col. Jardines en la Montana, C.P. 14210, Del. Tlalpan
Mexico D.F.
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