Mexico's LTS sets out a target to reduce 50% of national GHGs by 2050 below its emissions in 2000.
The policies outlined to achieve this target direct action in five important areas: the clean energy transition, energy efficiency and sustainable consumption, sustainable cities, reduction of short-lived climate
pollutants and sustainable agriculture and protection of natural carbon sinks. Mexico’s strategy identifies critical crosscutting issues for long-term climate policy, including: the need for market-based instruments to price carbon, increased innovation, more research and development of new technologies, and the need to build a climate culture with mechanisms for social and private sector participation.