GGGI is supporting the development and implementation of State Green Growth Strategies, and with mechanisms to improve access to financing for public transport reform.
Strategic Outcome Targets
|GHG reductions||Target Setting in Progress|
|Green Jobs||Target Setting in Progress|
|Sustainable Services||Target Setting in Progress|
|Air Quality||Target Setting in Progress|
|Ecosystem Services||Target Setting in Progress|
|Enhanced Adaptation to Climate Change||Target Setting in Progress|
Mexico is the second largest economy in Latin America, the 13th largest GHG emitter in the world, and the costs of its environmental degradation were estimated to be approximately 5.7% of GDP in 2013.
Mexico has demonstrated commitment to implement green growth to tackle climate change and as a core national economic development strategy by including inclusive green growth as an objective of its National Development Plan 2013-2018.
While Mexico has committed to robust climate action and sustainability at the national level many of the levers for climate change mitigation and adaptation, and sustainability in general, reside at the state and municipal level, particularly in relation to public transport, solid waste, water and wastewater, and urban planning. To address these issues GGGI is supporting the development and implementation of State Green Growth Strategies, and with recommendations for mechanisms to improve access to financing for public transport reform.
News • November 9, 2017
Hermosillo, Sonora, November 9, 2017 The state government of Sonora (Mexico) officially installed its Green Growth Cabinet today, further demonstrating the province’s commitment to be at the forefront of subnational green growth planning and implementation. Earlier in May 2017 the state Governor, Mrs. Claudia Pavlovich, and GGGI signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) […]
News • July 23, 2017
GGGI contributes to the conversation at ADB event on Gender Equality in Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management
On 26-28 July 2017, GGGI’s Senior Gender and Social Development Specialist, Ingvild Solvang, and Principal Program Manager for Indonesia, Dagmar
Improving public transportation systems in Mexico
|Start Date||Q1 2017|
|Approved Budget||USD 590 000|
State of Sonora (Mexico) Green Growth Strategy
|Start Date||Q1 2017|
|Approved Budget||USD 450 000|
Sub-National Growth Planning and Implementation
|Start Date||Q1 2015|
|Approved Budget||USD 614 643|