Mexico is committed to reduce unconditionally 25% of its Greenhouse Gases and Short Lived Climate Pollutants emissions (below BAU) for the year 2030. This commitment implies a reduction of 22% of GHG and a reduction of 51% of Black Carbon.This commitment implies a net emissions peak starting from 2026, decoupling GHG emissions from economic growth: emissions intensity per unit of GDP will reduce by around 40% from 2013 to 2030. Mexico also submitted an Annex on adaptation, which includes descriptions of Mexico's vulnerability to climate change, adaptation actions, and capacity building, transfer of technology and finance for adaptation. A conditional reduction commitment is also communicated in the INDC.
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