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...
Workstream | Oil and Gas
The project seeks to recover high value and readily condensable liquids from vented or flared volatile organic compound (VOC) rich associated gas. The recovered liquids could be integrated into the...


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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