Today in the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, the Senator Raúl Bolaños-Cacho Cue, What Head of the Mexican Delegation of the Senate of the Republic, held various meetings.
The legislator, who chairs the Senate Committee on the Environment, Natural Resources and Climate Change, met with the World Resources Institute (WRI’s). At this meeting, he highlighted that said Commission has just approved the General Law of Circular Economy and the Law on the handling of plastics. Likewise, a meeting was agreed for next year in order to work together in actions that promote the reduction of emissions, from the Senate of the Republic.
Likewise, he held a meeting with María Luisa Albores, Secretary of the Environment and Natural Resources of the Government of Mexico, and with Josefa González Blanco, Ambassador of Mexico in the United Kingdom. At that meeting they discussed Mexico’s agenda on climate change and the commitments that the Mexican government will propose during this COP26.
Likewise, it exchanged experiences and examples of good practices in the fight against climate change with legislators from different countries and with non-governmental organizations, information that will undoubtedly strengthen the proposals to be promoted by the legislative branch.
Finally, he held a meeting with young Mexicans from the Fridays For Future movement, in which he promised to bring his voice to the Senate of the Republic so that within the Commission they are heard and together actions in favor of the environment are achieved.
In his busy schedule at the COP 26, Bolaños-Cacho He shared that his participation in this important event has two main objectives: first, to follow up on the international policy carried out by the Federal Executive in the negotiations on climate change, and second, to know first-hand the experiences in other countries on the issues in question. those that Mexico can improve and seek support to strengthen areas such as renewable energy, carbon market, adaptation, mitigation and its financing.
For everything shared by the Senator on his social networks, we conclude that his attendance at the United Nations Conference on the Climate Change (COP26) in Glasgow It has been very productive.