Mexico adopted its Special Climate Change Program in 2009 including a set of nationally appropriate mitigation and adaptation actions to be undertaken in all relevant sectors. The full implementation of the Programme will achieve a reduction in total annual emissions of 51 million tons of CO2e by 2012, with respect to the business as usual scenario.
Mexico aims at reducing its GHG emissions up to 30% with respect to the business
as usual scenario by 2020, provided the provision of adequate financial and
technological support from developed countries as part of a global agreement.