Jalisco Mexico
Description

In 2016, the Ministry of Rural Development modified its operation rules to support the implementation of silvopastoral systems (sustainable livestock), aimed at livestock producers who have a current Agreement for Payment for Environmental Services (PSA) for the forest adjacent to their livestock activity. This year, the concept of support was extended to agroforestry systems and other conservation and/or forest management requirements are included, in addition to the PSA; such as the Sustainable Forest Management Plan, Environmental Management Unit and Voluntary Conservation Area. As part of this effort, the Secretariat signed an Agreement with each of the Inter-municipal Environmental Boards of coastal basins, which are part of the Emissions Reduction Initiative proposed by Mexico before the Cooperative Fund for Forest Carbon (FCPF), whose purpose is to provide technical assistance to people benefiting from the program. The alliance aims to promote sustainable production, increase the resilience of rural producers and capture carbon, as well as conserve carbon stocks.

PartnersMinistry of Rural Development and Intermunicipal Boards of Environment
Funding SourcePublic Financing
Funding AmountPhase 1 - $1.5 million Mexican pesos to support agricultural producers in Jalisco. Phase 2 - Additional support in excess of $1.5 million pesos for agricultural producers
Initiative TypePublic Private Partnership
Initiative StatusPhase 1 investments completed. Phase 2 under evaluation.
Description

The Secretariats of Development and Social Integration, Environment and Territorial Development and the Intermunicipal Environment Boards of coastal basins of Jalisco signed agreements in 2016 and 2017 whose objective was to invest in 34 productive projects for the management and sustainable use of resources of women and young people living in areas of high and very high marginalization. The alliance with the social sector also seeks that these supported projects provide certain inputs for the silvopastoral-agroforestry systems promoted by the agricultural sector. In this sense, nurseries were supported by women who produce plants of interest to the community, as well as forage and timber species that can be sold to farmers. Support for young people was also promoted for the production of compost. The foregoing, without excluding other productive activities of women and young people that consider the management and sustainable use of local natural resources. As part of this initiative, the Ministry of Environment and Territorial Development will provide technical assistance to the projects of women and young people benefiting from these resources in each of the Inter-municipal Environmental Boards of coastal basins; which is the area of intervention of the Emissions Reduction Initiative proposed by Mexico before the Cooperative Fund for Forest Carbon (FCPF).

PartnersSecretariat for Development and Social Integration, Ministry of Environment and Territorial Development and Intermunicipal Boards
Funding SourceGovernment Funding
Funding AmountPhase 1. $ 3.5 million Mexican pesos for productive projects of rural women and young people complementary to silvopastoral systems. Phase 2. $ 3 million Mexican pesos for productive projects of women and rural youths complementary to silvopastoral systems. Phase 3. $ 6 million Mexican pesos for productive projects of women
Initiative TypePublic Private Partnership
Initiative StatusPhase 1 and 2 investments completed, Phase 3 in development
Description

The agreement for the creation and implementation of the Biocultural Corridor of the Center West of Mexico signed on June 22 with the intention of combining efforts, capacities and resources to consolidate the conservation and management of protected natural areas and conservation modalities, as well as the conservation and sustainable use of its ecosystems and biodiversity present in the States of Aguascalientes, Guanajuato, San Luis Potosí, Queretaro, Zacatecas, Nayarit,Jalisco and Michoacán de Ocampo, with the support of the Federal Government, through the National Commission of Protected Natural Areas and the National Commission for the Knowledge and Use of Biodiversity.

The Biocultural Corridor of the Western Center of Mexico has a geographical unit characterized by its wide variety of plants, animals and ecosystems, whose structure and dynamics have been shaped to a greater or lesser extent by the history of land use, a directly associated factor to the diversity of cultural features of this region of the country. Among the objectives of this Corridor is to reconcile the conservation of natural resources with sustainable use.

PartnersState Governments and Federal entities
Initiative TypeIntergovernmental Initiative
Initiative StatusAgreement signed
Description

In April 2017, the National Forestry Commission and the Ministry of Environment and Territorial Development of the State Government agreed to provide financial resources under the scheme of concurrent funds to be allocated to the payment for environmental services of forest lands belonging to 38 men and women, encompassing a total area of 21,118.57 hectares. In addition to ensuring the provision of environmental services, support allocates about 7% of the total amount to be invested in technical assistance for the proper management of protected forest or forest.

PartnersNational Forest Commission and Secretariat of Environment and Territorial Development
Funding SourceNational Forest Commission and Secretariat of Environment and Territorial Development
Funding AmountPhase 1. $ 11,326,774 Mexican pesos to conserve carbon sinks
Initiative TypePublic Investment Initiative
Initiative Status$ 11,326,774 pesos invested
Description

The UK Space Agency, through the International Collaboration Program, initiated a project to improve the management and protection of forests worldwide on 300 million hectares of tropical forest "Forest 2020," to help countries with high biological diversity improve the management and conservation of their forest ecosystems, through the monitoring of tropical forests. Ecometrica is the international consortium that brings together international experts for the monitoring of forests in the world, including: University of Edinburgh, University of Leicester and Edinburgh Carbomap. For Mexico, window areas were selected in two states, Jalisco (345,531.82 ha.) and Chiapas (500,015.61 ha.), signing collaboration agreements with local partners such as FIPRODEFO in Jalisco, PRONATURA-SUR, AMBIO and ECOSUR in Chiapas.

PartnersEcometrica and FIPRODEFO
Funding SourceUK Space Agency
Funding Amount$9,000,000.00 pesos to be invested through 2020, $1,630,000 pesos were invested from 2016-2017
Initiative TypeTechnical Assistance Partnership
Initiative Status$9,000,000.00 pesos to be invested through 2020, $1,630,000 pesos were invested from 2016-2017
Description

The objective of the project is to strengthen the capacities of the people who depend on the forests of certain selected regions, to participate in local, national and international processes related to REDD +, as well as to recognize and support their rights of land tenure, management roles forestry and traditional forest management systems.

PartnersRainforest Alliance
Funding SourceForest Investment Program
Initiative TypeFinancial initiative
Initiative StatusIn Development
Description

The private sector and the social sector carry out joint solutions for adaptation to climate change in the Mexican tourism sector in three pilot regions, one of which is Puerto Vallarta in Jalisco.

The objective of ADAPTUR is to support the tourism sector to adapt to climate change. The purpose is to reduce the risk to the business of tourism businesses, protect their natural assets (eg beaches, reefs, forests, biodiversity) and the services provided by ecosystems (eg water supply, hurricane protection, floods, landslides , etc.).

PartnersFinancing of: BMU and IKI, Implemented by: GIZ, SECTUR, SEMARNAT, CONANP and INECC.
Initiative TypeFinancial initiative
Initiative StatusDeveloping
Description

The BioPaSOS project promotes the conservation of biodiversity through climate-smart agrosilvopastoral practices in landscapes dominated by livestock in Jalisco, Chiapas and Campeche. It also seeks to promote the restoration of degraded areas, increase productivity and ecosystem services and reduce vulnerability to climate change.

PartnersInternational Initiative on Climate Change of Germany (IKI), Tropical Agronomic Center for Research and Teaching (CATIE)
Initiative TypeFinancial initiative
Initiative StatusDeveloping
Description

Construction of a digital tool housed in the geo-spatial platform of the Agrifood and Fisheries Information Service (SIAP) of SAGARPA to record and monitor the activities to be implemented in the Climate Change and Agri-food Production Agenda (ACCPA) and the Strategy of Integration of Biodiversity in Mexican Agriculture (EIBA), as well as the conformation of the formal Network for its administration and use.

PartnersThe Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA), the Mexican-German Climate Change Alliance, the German Cooperation for Sustainable Development (GIZ), Food and Agrifood Information Services (SIAP)
Initiative TypeFinancial initiative
Initiative StatusIn action
Description

The objective of the REDD + State Strategy is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation and degradation in the forest ecosystems of Jalisco, contributing to conserve and increase carbon reservoirs and sinks, biodiversity and the quality of life of communities, through forest management, productive activities and alignment of public policies for sustainable rural development.

PartnersInter-institutional Commission for Action on Climate Change in Jalisco (CICC)
Initiative TypePublic policy instrument
Initiative StatusDeveloping
Description

The IRE seeks to provide positive incentives to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, while protecting forests, conserving biodiversity and improving the livelihoods of indigenous populations and local communities dependent on forests.

For Jalisco four Investment Programs were prepared in coastal basins, which seek to promote coordination among the different government agencies that affect the territory, including activities from different sectors and promoting the development of Land Programs and Community Territorial Ordinances.

PartnersCONAFOR
Initiative TypeFinancial initiative
Initiative StatusDeveloping
Description

The objective of the project is to strengthen the capacities of the people who depend on the forests of certain selected regions, to participate in local, national and international processes related to REDD +, as well as to recognize and support their rights of land tenure, management roles forestry and traditional forest management systems.

PartnersRainforest Alliance
Initiative TypeFinancial initiative
Initiative StatusDeveloping
Description

The PEACC defines the strategic vision on how Jalisco will face climate change, lists the objectives, strategies, measures and actions that State agencies must carry out to build public policies that allow managing the risks of climate change and reduce emissions of Gases of Greenhouse Effect.

In addition, by virtue of Mexico's commitments to the Paris Agreement, Jalisco will contribute through this Program, its respective contribution to the global effort to combat climate change.

PartnersInter-institutional Commission for Action on Climate Change in Jalisco (CICC)
Initiative TypePolicy instrument
Initiative StatusDeveloping
Description

The Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA), the Mexican-German Climate Change Alliance, and the German Cooperation for Sustainable Development (GIZ) in support of the development and implementation of a public policy to counteract the negative effects of climate change and develop a climatically friendly production promoted a technical cooperation process with 38 public, private and social strategic actors, who participated coelctively in the collective construction of the Agenda for Climate Change and Agrifood Production (Agenda CC and PA) that proposes public policies, strategic lines , lines of action and activities that increase the capacity of the agri-food sector to be climate-friendly and resilient, productive, competitive, sustainable and inclusive, guarantee respect for human rights and contribute to mitigate GyCEI emissions, adapt to climate change and take hold enibly natural resources through intra and inter-institutional coordination.

In order to advance in the development of capacities of the actors that play a fundamental role in the productive systems and in the actions to reduce the vulnerability of the sector, mitigate the emissions that this generates and adapt to climate change, this proposal is executed. awareness and training for the attention of climate change, the valorisation of biodiversity and the sustainable use of natural resources.

PartnersThe Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA), the Mexican-German Climate Change Alliance, and the German Cooperation for Sustainable Development (GIZ)
Initiative TypeDevelopment of capabilities
Initiative StatusCompleted
Description

The project promotes sustainable productive territories that promote the connectivity of forest landscapes for the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystem services in priority areas of Mexico, as well as increasing economic opportunities for rural producers in priority areas of Mexico.

Its priority is based on four inter-municipal governing bodies, forest management, the Ameca Biocultural Corridor and important biodiversity sites.

PartnersMinistry of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT)., Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA), National Commission for the Knowledge and Use of Biodiversity (CONABIO), National Forestry Commission (CONAFOR), National Commission of Natural Protected Areas (CONANP), National Institute of Ecology and Climate Change (INECC), Institutional Trusts in relation to Agriculture (FIRA)
Initiative TypeFinancial initiative
Initiative StatusDuration 2018 - 2022