Mexican experts announced studies and recommendations to help mitigate climate change and the side effects of oil activities. The development of these and more stories in our periodic Eco summary.
Communities in Puebla and Veracruz have protested against Pemex and the use of fracking in their territories because according to them, the NOC would have promised infrastructure projects since 2014, which have not been executed.
According to a study by The Carbon Majors (CDP,) 100 companies have produced more than 70% of the global greenhouse gas emissions since 1988; Pemex is one of them. The development of these and more stories in our periodic Eco summary.
Aroa de la Fuente López, researcher at the Fundar Research and Analysis Center said that the blocks granted by the Government to develop oil activities in Mexico will have impacts on the environment and communities of Northern Puebla.
Authorities showed their concern because as a result of lack of safety measures, accidents in oil plants have increased.
The Autonomous University of Sinaloa (UAS) announced that the country’s first biorefinery is ready to start operations. This plant will help boost different sectors and create cooperation between academia, society and investors.