Special Programme on Climate Change 2014-2018

Name of policy Special Programme on Climate Change 2014-2018
Jurisdiction Country
Supranational region
Country Mexico
Region North America

Subnational region or state
City or local
Policy objective
  • Mitigation
Type of policy instrument
  • Target
    • GHG reduction target
      • Political & non-binding GHG reduction target
  • Climate strategy
    • Political & non-binding climate strategy
    Sector name
    • General
      Policy description 30% GHG reductions by 2020 compared to BAU and 35% of electricity generated from clean sources by 2024.

      The 2nd Special Programme on Climate Change (PECC 2014-2018) published in 2014, includes the most relevant mitigation measures to 2018. The programme summarises 23 quantified mitigation-relevant measures that lead to a reduction in emissions by 83.2 MtCO2e in 2018 compared to the baseline. The PECC packages many of the existing targets and ongoing actions from various policy and strategy documents, and so the majority of emission reductions achieved under current policies compared to the business-as-usual trajectory can be traced back to measures within this document. 50% emissions reduction by 2050 compared to 2000.

      Policy type
      • Changing activity
      • Energy efficiency
      • Renewables
      • Nuclear or CCS or fuel switch
      • Non-energy5
      Policy stringency
      Implementation state Implemented
      Date of decision 2013
      Start date of implementation 2014
      End date of implementation 2018
      High impact
      Impact indicator
      NameValueBase yearTarget yearComments
      GHG emissions reduction (%)
      Share of renewables (%)
      compared to business as usual, translates to 50% emission reduction by 2050
      share of renewables in electricity production

      Source or references http://mitigationpartnership.net/sites/default/files/executive_summary_semarnat_pecc_english.pdf
      Supports policies
      Is supported by policies
      Comments (background and assessment)
      Status Final

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