Presentation on theme: "GHG PROGRAMME MEXICO M R. E DGAR D EL V ILLAR U NDERSECRETARY FOR E NVIRONMENTAL R EGULATION AND P ROMOTION W ASHINGTON, D.C., M ARCH 23 RD., 2010."— Presentation transcript:
GHG PROGRAMME MEXICO M R. E DGAR D EL V ILLAR U NDERSECRETARY FOR E NVIRONMENTAL R EGULATION AND P ROMOTION W ASHINGTON, D.C., M ARCH 23 RD., 2010
Background Following consultations with Mexico’s private sector, SEMARNAT, CESPEDES (BCSD Mexico), WRI and WBCSD established a partnership with the objective of preparing Mexican enterprises for an increasingly carbon-constrained world. On August 2004, the Programme began as a Voluntary Pilot Programme for GHG Accounting and Reporting (Mexico GHG Programme). Following a succesful two-year pilot phase, on October 2006, the Programme was renewed and extended as a permanent programme for Corporate GHG Accounting and Reporting.
Programme Objectives Identify potential projects together with related specific benefits. Incorporate a three level recognition scheme to enhance participant’s commitment in the GHG emissions reduction programme. Contribute to achieve Mexico’s GHG reduction goals. Provide training for capacity building for companies / organizations interested in developing GHG inventories. Promote competitiveness through GHG reduction projects and implementation of low carbon activities.
Programme Structure GHG 1. Institutions / organizations that have developed and made public their GHG inventories. GHG 2. Institutions / organizations that have their GHG inventories verified and have developed reduction strategies. GHG 3. Institutions / organizations that have implemented GHG reduction projects and show low carbon behavior, having their reductions verified and certified.
53 participants 35 GHG 2006 corporative inventories GHG reported emissions of 2006: mill CO2e ton 15% Mexico´s total emissions 23% emissions of energy generation and use 5 CDM projects 44 participants 30 GHG 2005 corporative inventories GHG reported emissions of 2005: mill CO2e ton 13% Mexico´s total emissions 20% emissions of energy generation and use Achivements … 70 participants 48 GHG 2007 corporative inventories GHG reported emissions of 2007: mill CO2e ton 18% Mexico´s total emissions 26% emissions of energy generation and use 5 CDM projects 2008 98 participants 68 GHG 2008 corporative inventories GHG reported emissions of 2008: mill CO2e ton 21% Mexico´s total emissions 30% emissions of energy generation and use 6 CDM projects 2009
Achivements PARTICIPATION OF THE MEXICO GHG PROGRAMME COMPARED TO THE NATIONAL REPORT 103 mill/ton/CO2eq 14.5% 150 mill/ton/CO2eq 21.0% Mexico GHG Programme Other GHG Inventories
Transport Red de Transporte Público del Distrito Federal Autotransportes Herradura de Plata S.A. de C.V. Services Sumitomo Corporation de México Refrigerants Ecofreeze natural refrigerantes Beer and brewing Grupo Modelo Cervecería Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma Automotive Ford de México Honda de México Nissan Mexicana Mining Grupo Minera México Industria Peñoles Minera Autlán Gammon Lake de México Waste management Cappy & Associates SIMEPRODE Chemicals Colgate – Palmolive AMANCO México Nhumo ANAJALSA Agroquímicos Boehringer Ingelheim Fábrica de Jabón La Corona Machinery Caterpillar México S&C Electric Mexicana Johnson Controls Cerraduras TESA Industrias John Deere Continental Automotive Turbo-Mex, Mantenimiento y Seguridad Industrial Industrias IEM Sistemas Automáticos Contra Incendios Swine Farms Grupo Porcícola Mexicano Forestry Forestaciones Operativas Cement CEMEX México Cooperativa La Cruz Azul Cementos Moctezuma Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua Holcim Apasco LaFarge Iron & Steel Altos Hornos DeAcero Grupo IMSA Mittal Steel SICARTSA Siderúrgica Tultitlan Hierro Recuperado SERSIINSA Ternium Construction Urbi Desarrollos Urbanos ICA, Infraestructura Packing Tetrapak Food and beverage Grupo Bimbo Grupo Embotellador CIMSA Grupo JUMEX Heinz Coca-Cola FEMSA Universities ITESM Campus Guadalajara Instituto Politécnico Nacional Aviation Mexicana de Aviación State governments, municipalities and Federal Secretariats Secretaría de Medio Ambiente del Gobierno del Estado de México Ayuntamiento del Centro (Tabasco) SEMARNAT Glass VITRO Oil & Gas PEMEX Gas del Atlántico Sugar Ingenio Santa Clara Fomento Azucarero Ingenio de Huixtla Cañaverales Mexicanos Entertainment Cinemark Pharmaceutical Productos Farmacéuticos Participants Retailers Wal-Mart México
SECTORParticipants in 2007Participants in 2009 Packing11 Beer and brewing22 Retailers11 Waste management11 State governments and Municipalities22 Oil and Gas21 Universities11 Mining33 Chemicals24 Machinery26 Agropecuary11 Food12 Beverage22 Automotive23 Cement66 Iron & Steel56 Entertainment ---1 Transport ---2 Sugary ---2 Aviation ---1 Tequilero ---2 Electrical machinery ---4 Total of emissions CO2 Ton102´393,966150´000,000 NewSectors Incorporated in 2008 NewSectors incorporated in 2009
Programme Perspectives... The Mexico GHG Programme was integrated as one of the main lines of action in the Special Programme of Climate Change as a mean to achieve GHG reduction objectives. Promote mitigation actions through the development of GHG inventories and reduction projects. Main objective: Enhance Accounting and Reporting of Green House Gas Emissions and Reduction Projects, within the overall strategies for Enterprises Improvement of Environmental Performance for Competitiveness.
Main strategies of the Mexico GHG Programme: o Promote participation of the main sectors of the economy and a larger number of companies, organizations, institutions, and governments. o Integrate a new validation/certification scheme for GHG inventories, establishing base lines and environmental quality standards “benchmarking”. o Promote development of GHG reduction projects and its participation in carbon markets. Programme Strategies
Integration of at least 30 new enterprises / institutions to the Programme. Integration of at least three new economic sectors (paper, tourism and transport). Report 80% of national GHG emissions from energy generation and use (integration of the whole of the energy sector). Identification / implementation of 50 projects for their participation in carbon markets (voluntary or CDM) – 2012 Goals …
Implementation of a remote system for reporting emissions and emissions reduction, reducing burden on enterprises / organizations. Implementation of a system for validation / certification of reductions Elaboration of 5 sector based guidelines to implement better practices for selected sectors – 2012 Goals
UNDERSECRETARY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION AND PROMOTION