Mexico’s geography makes it vulnerable to extreme weather events, such as tropical cyclones and floods, that threaten the country’s aging transportation, power, and water infrastructure. Mexico’s economically important coastal tourism sector is also at risk from the effects of climate change.
Este informe del proyecto Paisajes Productivos (ProLand) resume las conclusiones de un análisis en México, concentrado en las lecciones aprendidas de las experiencias de modelos menos conocidos de empresas forestales comunitarias (EFC).
This Productive Landscapes (ProLand) project report summarizes findings from an analysis in Mexico focused on learning from the experiences of less well-known community-based forestry enterprise (CBFE) models.
ProLand is undertaking a series of field trips to validate the draft Sourcebook for USAID field Missions on designing and implementing programs and activities incorporating community-based forestry enterprises (CBFEs) that emphasize timber production as an integral part of sustainable landscapes.
This fact sheet provides an overview of the collaboration between the Government of Mexico and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) under the Enhancing Capacity for Low Emission Development (EC-LEDS) program.
The USAID-funded Climate Economic Analysis for Development, Investment and Resilience (CEADIR) project is partnering with countries like Mexico to identify promising activities that could reduce energy-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.