The discussion about the role of natural resources in economic activity is not new, although environmental pressures and the loss of biodiversity have increased its interest.
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For a successful transition to a decarbonized economy, public policies must be aligned so that the private sector can multiply its positive impact through the incentive of economic profitability.
In this publication you will find, on a weekly basis, our selection of the most relevant news regarding financial regulation.
The Government presented the updated draft of the National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) 2023-2030, submitted for public hearing until September 4 and to be approved in June 2024. It includes 46 new or updated measures and incorporates an incr…
The relentless increase in global temperatures combined with heat waves has led to less abundant and more irregular rainfall, more frequent and severe droughts conducive to wildfires, and also more in the way of storms and floods. Not only will…
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) painted a bleak picture in its Sixth Synthesis Report on climate change: the window of opportunity to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement is continuing to close.
The average social welfare in OECD countries would have decreased by 1.9% during the past decade if the damages caused by CO2 emissions had been internalized. Nevertheless, a net intertemporal gain could have been achieved by preventing the most severe future outcomes of global warming, which entail a substantial cost.
In February 2023, the International Monetary Fund published a discussion note on public perception of some climate policies, using novel international surveys for 28 countries (30,000 surveys, including Mexico with 1,009 surveys).
The environmental, social and economic impact of climate change highlight the growing concern for developing strategies to combat and mitigate its effects. Households approximately emit 20% of CO2 emissions, but their carbon footprint goes beyo…
Sometimes we are not aware of the importance of the changes we are currently experiencing, either because they are happening too fast or too slow, or because we are just at a tipping point. This is the case with climate change.
With COP 27 over, the balance of what has been achieved is a bit unsatisfactory: a missed opportunity to make decisive progress on mitigation, adaptation and climate finance, which is not offset by the progress in reparations for climate loss and damage.
Inflation is at record highs and is expected to remain at high levels, involving a major challenge for Governments and monetary authorities. The fight against climate change and the transition to a more sustainable economy would have contributed, in part, to the increase in energy prices.