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June 2017 The State of the Carbon Market in Mexico

The Mexican Stock Exchange, MÉXICO2 and Carbon Trust host the forum “Facing Climate Change: The State of the Carbon Market in Mexico”

6 June 2017 | News

In celebration of World Environment Day, the Mexican Stock Exchange, the Mexican Carbon Platform (MEXICO2) and the Carbon Trust hosted a forum titled "Facing Climate Change: The State of the Carbon Market in Mexico".

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Mexico’s energy reform challenges in the context of Nationally Determined Contributions on Climate Change

7 February 2017 | Viewpoints

On March 27th 2015, Mexico became the first developing country to present its nationally determined contribution (NDC) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

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Participants from state governments attend a workshop at the Carbon Trust’s office in Mexico City

Morelos, Yucatán and Baja California join Carbon Trust Low Carbon States programme in Mexico

18 July 2016 | News

Following a successful pilot, the Carbon Trust has launched the second phase of its Low Carbon States programme in Mexico, thanks to funding from the UK government’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office. This has enabled the programme to expand to provide five states with structured carbon management support, with Morelos, Yucatán and Baja California joining Jalisco and Tabasco, who continue on from phase one of the programme.

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James Smith shares energy insights in Mexico

Chair of the Carbon Trust shares energy insights in Mexico

20 April 2016 | News

“How do we get the energy we need for the carbon emissions the planet can afford?”

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Carbon Trust and Colombian government Pacific Alliance Secondments Programme

Carbon Trust and Colombian government share expertise through Pacific Alliance Secondments Programme

20 April 2016 | News

The Carbon Trust and the Colombian government’s Ministry of Mining and Energy Planning (UPME) were selected to be part of the first sustainable energy secondment through the Pacific Alliance Secondments Programme (PASP), in order to transfer international skills and experience between the two organisations.

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