Mexico’s New Climate Change Law Almost a Reality
Mexico's new General Climate Change Law will be the second such
law in the world, positioning Mexico as a competitive economy in
the renewable energy sector. Already approved by the Mexican
House of Representatives with 280 votes in favor and 10 against,
the General Climate Change Law will become a reality once approved
by the Mexican Senate.
The law will oversee the creation of the National Institute of
Ecology and Climate Change, a public organism decentralized from
the Federal Public Administration. Six social counselors
represented by the scientific, academic and technical community
with experience in climate change will manage the institute.
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