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Program GHG Mexico is a voluntary national program of accounting and report of Green House Gases (GHG) and also a program of generation of emission reduction projects. The program arises from the initiative as a response of the industrial sector to adopt voluntary actions to fight the climatic change. 

Under the affirmation of "which is not measure, cannot be controlled", the program focuses in develop the technical capacity for the quantification of GHG emissions because if you can know the concentrations and the emissions sources, it is possible to identify opportunity areas, thus, reduce these emissions and develop reduction projects.

Program GHG Mexico is focused in two aspects: 

-               Corporative GHG inventories and 

-               Promotion of GHG emission projects 

Program GHG Mexico is coordinated by the SEMARNAT and the Commission of Studies of the Private Sector for the Sustainable Development (CESPEDES), with technical support of the World-Resources Institute (WRI) and World Business Council  for Sustainable Development, WBCSD). The program also counts with and Advisory Committee member from the CONCAMIN, the National Institute of Ecology (INE). In addition, the program counts with the support of the Global Opportunities Fund of the United Kingdom Ministry and the British Embassy in Mexico , as well as of the Agency of the United States for International Development (USAID).


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