IDB Boosts Mexico's Climate Change Agenda

A wind farm in Mexico. The country will receive USD400 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank to improve Mexico's climate adapation and mitigation projects. Photo by: Cedric / CC BY-NC-SA CedricCC BY-NC-SA

Mexico will be receiving a USD400 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank as support for the country’s climate change agenda.

The loan will finance the third stage of the program that seeks to strengthen Mexico’s institutional capacity and regulatory framework for climate change. The program also aims to improve adaptation and mitigation projects in the country.

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