Mexico’s 3 Big Steps Towards Comprehensive Carbon Pricing

14 April 2017 – In this article Julia Martínez (Director, Environmental Economics and Climate Change, WRI México) and Juan-Carlos Altamirano (Economist, World Resources Institute) analyze Mexico’s progress towards meeting its target under the Paris Climate Agreement. In particular, they discuss how three recent steps by the Mexican government – introducing a carbon tax, granting carbon credits for environmentally friendly projects and launching a carbon market simulation – contribute towards meeting the target and how they can be further improved. Read the full article on the WRI website.