Mexico: Integrated SLCP Strategy to Improve Air Quality and Reduce the Impact of Climate Change

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National Institute of Ecology and Climate Change (INECC), Mexico
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Policies, Plans & Regulations
Publishing year:
2020

This strategy outlines concrete actions by Mexico to reduce black carbon and methane from major sources. The full implementation of this strategy would reduce black carbon emissions by 53% in 2030, exceeding the target identified in Mexico’s Nationally Determined Contribution. Methane emission reductions from implementing the strategy would reduce total GHG emissions by 9% in Mexico by 2030, substantially contributing to the goal to reduce total GHG emissions by 22% in 2030 in Mexico's climate change commitment (First NDC).

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