Mexico City: Driving change with data-driven decision making


This Mexico City strategy explores the challenges and opportunities faced by the city of Mexico in terms of the environmental, social, and economic sectors associated with the impacts of climate change. To tackle these wicked problems, collaboration between several bodies of governance related to the environment, mobility and public health are needed. The decision-making processes can be enriched by the sharing of knowledge and best practices examples with other cities. These decisions then lead to the implementation of measures related to transport, water security, local renewable energy projects, social inequalities and environmental protection.