Mexico’s General Climate Change Law (CCL) creates a coherent and ambitious national framework within which Mexico may fulfill its Copenhagen Pledge and establish itself as an international leader in climate change mitigation, but achieving these ends will require significant and on-going support from the Mexican government.
Environmental Law | Law
Sabin Center for Climate Change Law
Michael B. Gerrard & Anne Siders,
Mexico's General Climate Change Law,
What are the Next Steps?: Legal Perspectives on Mexico's General Law on Climate Change, Mexico-US Climate Law Network, Environmental Law Institute, 2012
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