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Mexico: National Strategy for UNFCCC Negotiation. KPRA Consulting, Inc. Partners: Oliver Koch, Lauren Parnell, Maria Jose Redini, Sonia Arenaza. Primary Policy Dilemma. The Need to Reconcile Measures for Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change with Economic Growth. Challenges.

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Mexico national strategy for unfccc negotiation

Mexico: National Strategy for UNFCCC Negotiation

KPRA Consulting, Inc.

Partners: Oliver Koch, Lauren Parnell,

Maria Jose Redini, Sonia Arenaza


Primary policy dilemma
Primary Policy Dilemma

The Need to Reconcile Measures for Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change with Economic Growth.


Challenges
Challenges

  • Access to new technologies and funding to address the following:

    • High levels of emissions: Industry, transportation and energy production

    • Climate change will affect agriculture; exacerbate already problematic water use, population growth/density


Interests
Interests

Financing

Technology Transfer

Avoid North-South divide

Oppose any policy that does not consider the necessity of developing countries to continue their economic growth


Policy alternatives not recommended
Policy Alternatives- Not Recommended

Financing mechanism based on voluntary contributions

Financing mechanisms exclusively multilateral

National or international policy frameworks to shift the power sector to low greenhouse gas emitting generation technologies.


Recommended policy
Recommended Policy

Multilateral Fund: legally binding, based on formula that accounts for GDP and emissions per capita

Oppose any prohibition on bilateral funding

Reductions should be carried out in a balanced and fair manner by both developed and developing countries without distinctions

UN oversight of technology transfer (regulation and synergy)


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