It is a voluntary declaration signed in December 2016, which emanates from the desire of the companies to move towards a responsible operation with the environment and the communities, to the extent of their areas of action, as a support to the fulfillment of the goals set in the ASPY signed by governments. In this Declaration, the signatory companies agree with the importance of "diminishing and reversing the loss of forests and jungles, promoting the sustainable use of biodiversity, while increasing the productivity and profitability of primary activities [...] as well as a balanced development of secondary and tertiary activities ". On November 29, he makes his second annual progress report in Campeche.
- Private companies of the Yucatan Peninsula
The purpose of the agreement is to create a framework of technical collaboration, research and capacity building between the government and the research center, to jointly carry out activities that allow maximum development in the training and specialization of human resources; joint investigations; technological development; information exchange; as well as technical or academic advice and publications in the related fields of interest among the signatories. By the end of 2018, your signature will be finalized and will come into force.
The Climate Fund of the Yucatan Peninsula was established in 2016 in association with the three Autonomous Universities of Campeche, Quintana Roo and Yucatán. State governments participate as members of the fund's Advisory Council, which has the mission of supporting regional initiatives to mitigate and adapt to climate change by financing regional climate priorities. It will also seek to be a regional counterpart in the REDD + payment scheme of the FCPF Carbon Fund, in coordination with CONAFOR. This fund began operating in December 2016, in phase 1, developing the executive plan to implement the trust, coordinating the operational strategy of the Advisory Board, designing the fundraising plan and the procedures manual. This Fund is a trust that can capture and distribute resources at the regional and state level, so that it can receive private and international resources for the development of climate policy actions
- The Nature Conservancy and the state governments of Quintana Roo, Campeche and Yucatán, Autonomous Universities of Campeche, Quintana Roo and Yucatán
Within the framework of the Conference of the Parties of the Convention on Biodiversity (COP13) held in December 2016 in Cancun, Quintana Roo, the Campeche Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources of Campeche (SEMARNATCAM) in coordination with the National Commission for Knowledge and Use of Biodiversity (CONABIO) and Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI) co - organized the 5th Global Biodiversity Summit of Cities and subnational governments. As a result of the meeting, leaders of subnational governments established an intative to build a new cooperative approach to exchange experiences and best practices, and established a plan of action for participating governments to meet the Aichi Biodiversity Targets.
- Aichi, Japan
- Catalonia, Spain
- Ontario and Quebec in Canada
- and Sao Paulo, Brazil
The Under2 coalition is a global community of ambitious subnational governments publicly committed to deep long-term decarbonisation and supporting the climate goal of the Paris Agreement to limit the global average temperature rise well below 2˚C.
The coalition joins the signatories of the Under2 MOU, a public commitment by governments to reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 80% to 95% compared to 1990 levels, or 2 metric tons per capita per year carbon dioxide equivalent, by the year 2050. The Under2 Coalition is an initiative driven primarily by state, regional and provincial governments. However, jurisdictions at all levels of government can sign or endorse the Under2 MOU and thereby assume a commitment to carry out deep decarbonization in their jurisdictions. In Mexico, more than 15 states are part of the Coalition.
- Government of the State of Campeche.
The Association is made up of the State Secretaries of the Environment and the State Environmental Attorneys. Campeche currently chairs the organization and represents the entities in front of the Federal Government including SEMARNAT and other environmental agencies in Mexico.
- Secretaries of the Environment and State Environmental Attorneys
Esta red incluye varias plataformas de participación en las que Campeche participa: la plataforma de biodiversidad de las regiones (R4BLP), la iniciativa de cambio climático, el grupo técnico de Aichi GoLS. Cada año se realiza una renovación de membresías y se refrendan en la asamblea general anual, tiene un Secretariado que vincula los diferentes programas y plataformas a las que accede. En esta red se interactúa además con agencias de cooperación, oficinas y órganos de las convenciones de las Naciones Unidas como UNEP, CBD, entre otras.
- Miembros de regiones
- gobiernos subnacionales y provincias de diversos países del mundo que interactúan en temas de cambio climático
- biodiversidad y sustentabilidad.
The objective is to strengthen the capacities of target audiences to conserve biodiversity and ecosystem services; create an institutional and policy framework that allows the promotion of agrosilvopastoral practices that improve productivity, quality of family life and reduce climate vulnerability in livestock landscapes of the states of Campeche, Chiapas and Jalisco. Led by CATIE, IICA, SDR, and the Technological Institute of Chiná, its objective is to work on the integration of agrosilvopastoral systems in livestock landscapes in localities of interest in the municipalities of Champotón, Escárcega and Calakmul.
To achieve this, the project will implement an intervention model based on the implementation of agrosilvopastoral systems and good livestock practices. The intervention will be carried out at different levels and scales, all necessary for the conservation of biodiversity.
In addition, BioPaSOS will generate information that will make informed and timely decisions for the design of public policy instruments that integrate elements of sustainability, reduction of climate effects and that will facilitate exploring the options available for the marketing of differentiated products, thereby contributing to strengthen the participation of the livestock sector in value chains. This strengthening also includes the promotion of partnerships with actors from the private sector, academia and other partners.
- SDR State Government - Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center (CATIE) - Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA)
The Safeguards Committee of the Yucatan Peninsula was formally installed on September 12, 2016, as a one-of-a-kind social participation platform, for specializing in giving feedback and providing inputs on the approach and respect of REDD + safeguards from a perspective regional.
The Committee is composed of representatives of communities, producer organizations, indigenous groups, civil society organizations, academia, and government agencies of the three levels of government.
Among its main functions, it contributes to the feedback of the national processes for the construction of the National Safeguards System (SNS) and the Safeguard Information System (SIS), collaborating closely with the National Forestry Commission (CONAFOR) and its delegations in the Yucatan Peninsula. Likewise, it provides support to the States of the Yucatan Peninsula in the feedback of the REDD + State Strategies and public policies associated with the approach and respect of the REDD + safeguards. Seeking to issue recommendations through bodies such as the Regional Commission on Climate Change of the Yucatan Peninsula, responsible for coordinating efforts and resources to undertake regional initiatives for mitigation and adaptation to climate change.
- OSC, representatives of the academy of the three States of the Yucatan Peninsula, representatives of the
- the state governments of Quintana Roo, Campeche and Yucatán, The Nature Conservancy,
The state plan on safeguards (PES for its acronym in Spanish) is the operational instrument for environmental and social risk management through which Campeche, as one of the 5 Mexican states within the Emission Reduction Initiative (IRE) of the FCPF Carbon Fund, will promote the guidelines, mechanisms and procedures established in the World Bank Safeguards Framework to reduce and manage risks and enhance the benefits associated with REDD + activities that will be developed within Campeche’s Investment Programs for the IRE. The PES will have a validity of 5 years to coincide with the implementation of the IRE. Campeche prepared the draft of its Plan, which Mexico proposed to the World Bank in June 2017. After the validation, the final version of the PES of each of the 5 Mexican states will be integrated.
- National Forestry Commision (CONAFOR)
The National Association of State Environmental Authorities (ANAAE), who chairs the Government of Campeche through the Secretariat of Environment and Natural Resources of Campeche (SEMARNATCAM) is promoting a new regional model of cooperation through the signing of the Charter of Tumbira: A Call to Action in May 2017, in the city of Manaus, Brazil.The purpose of the call is to strengthen cooperation between Latin American institutions in efforts to advance the Sustainable Development Goals. This model represents an example of leadership and teamwork to motivate and direct investment towards the strategic and responsible use of natural resources in Latin America.Outreach to additional members of the alliance, including from the private sector, has begun.
- Governments and private sector leaders of Bolivia
- Mexico and Peru
The Yucatan Peninsula Climate Fund was established in 2016 in partnership with the three Autonomous Universities of Campeche, Quintana Roo and Yucatan.The state governments participate as members of the Advisory Council of the fund which has the mission of supporting regional intiatives to mitigate and adapt to climate change by funding regional climate priorities. It will also seek to be a regional counterpart in the REDD+ payment scheme of the FCPF Carbon Fund, in coordination with CONAFOR. This fund started operations in December 2016, in phase 1, developing the executive plan to implement the trust, coordinating the operational strategy of the Advisory Council, designing the fundraising plan and the procedures manual. This Fund is a trust that can capture and distribute resources in a regional and state way, so that it can receive private and international resources for the development of climate policy actions.
- The Nature Conservancy
- state governments of Quinatana Roo
- Campeche and Yucatan
- Autonomous Universities of Campeche
- Quintana Roo and Yucatan
At COP 13 of the Conventions on Biodiversity held in Cancun in 2016, Quintana Roo, the Governments of the Yucatan Peninsula signed a collaborative work plan for 2030 called "Agreement for Sustainability of the Yucatan Peninsula" (ASPY 2030). This agreement strengthens collaboration among subnational governments to facilitate transition and compliance with the Paris Agreement, the Bonn Challenge, Rio Branco Declaration and the Aichi Goals among others. The implementation of the ASPY 2030 will occur through the Regional Climate Change Commission, formed through the first regional agreement on climate change signed at COP16 in 2010, and supported by NGO initiatives such as the Mayan Forest Observatory which generates inputs for forest policy. ASPY 2030 covers 8 components, each with specific lines of action:
- Sustainable agricultural development
- Effective forest management
- Ecosystem conservation
- Water and ecosystems
- Sustainable coastal management
- Sustainable fisheries
- Green and responsible market development
- Sustainable tourism
ASPY is also supported by a Declaration of the Private and Financial Sector, in which 70 companies of great impact in the region have expressed their interest in contributing social and environmental responsibility towards corporate sustainability, which will contribute strongly to achieving the goals of the Agreement of Governors of the Yucatan Peninsula, ASPY 2030. The Governors of ASPY 2030 are: Mr. Rolando Zapata Bello, Governor of Yucatan, Mexico; Lic. Carlos Joaquín González, Governor of Quintana Roo, Mexico and Lic. Rafael Alejandro Moreno Cárdenas, Governor of Campeche, Mexico.
- State governments in collaboration with private sector actors
- civil society and the federal government
The ASPY strengthens collaboration among subnational governments to facilitate the transition and compliance with the Paris Agreement, the Bonn Challenge, the Rio Branco Declaration and the Aichi Targets, among others. The implementation of the ASPY 2030 will occur through the Regional Commission on Climate Change, formed through the first regional agreement on climate change signed at COP16 in 2010, and supported by initiatives of NGOs such as the Mayan Forestry Observatory that generate inputs for the forest policy.
The ASPY aims to conform through a transparent process, the Promotor Council of the Agreement for the Sustainability of the Yucatan Peninsula (ASPY 2030) as an advisory, interlocution and regional consultation body.
The agreement consists of 6 goals I. Achieve zero net deforestation in the year 2030 (with an interim step of reducing 80% - eighty percent - of gross deforestation by 2020). II. Restore two million terrestrial hectares, including: a. Sustainable intensification of agricultural production in 250,000 hectares in agricultural lands. b. Sustainable intensification of livestock in 250,000 hectares in agricultural land. c. Reforestation and restoration actions of degraded forests in 420,100 hectares. III. Achieve that 50% of the land and coastal territory of the Yucatan Peninsula is under conservation and / or forest management schemes. IV. Promote Mayan biocultural landscapes, in at least 5,484,000 hectares. V. Attract resources from private and / or international sources that represent the equivalent of the investment of public resources currently allocated to activities that promote the green economy and seek its progressive increase. SAW. Restore 20% of the reef crests (54 km) and 30% of the beach systems - coastal dunes altered by human settlements (80 km) that protect human communities, beaches and infrastructure
And it contemplates 8 components of implementation: I. Sustainable agricultural development II. Effective management of jungles III. Conservation of ecosystems IV. Water and ecosystems V. Sustainable management of coastal zones VI. Sustainable fishing VII. Promotion of green and responsible markets. VIII. Sustainable tourism
ASPY also has the support of a Declaration of the Private and Financial Sector, in which 70 companies of great impact in the region have expressed their interest in contributing to social and environmental responsibility with corporate sustainability, which will strongly contribute to the achievement of the objectives of the Agreement of Governors of the Yucatan Peninsula, ASPY 2030.
- The Nature Conservancy and the state governments of Quintana Roo, Campeche and Yucatán, Autonomous Universities of Campeche, Quintana Roo and Yucatán