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Mexican Govt. recognises 15 major companies for publicly reporting greenhouse gas emissions, including Cemex, Pemex, Ford de México, Grupo Modelo, Holcim, Mittal, Altos Hornos

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24 February 2006

Mexican Industry Takes Voluntary Action Against Climate Change

Author: GreenBiz.com

Mexico's environment ministry (SEMARNAT) has recognized 15 major companies for publicly reporting their greenhouse gas emissions through a voluntary public-private initiative known as the Mexico Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Program... The companies being recognized are: Altos Hornos de Mexico, Grupo Cementos Chihuahua, Cooperativa La Cruz Azul, CEMEX, Cementos Portland Moctezuma [part of Corporación Moctezuma], Ford de México, Grupo Modelo, Grupo Porcícola Mexicano, Holcim Apasco [part of Holcim], Mittal Steel Lázaro Cárdenas, NHUMO, PEMEX, SICARTSA/Villacero, Siderúrgica Tultitlán, and Sumitomo Corporativo de México.

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Author: Europa Press

La Secretaría de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales de México (SEMARNAT) publicó recientemente un informe sobre las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero del sector público y del privado, 'Programa Mexicano para el Análisis y el Reporte de Gases de Efecto Invernadero', como una medida para fomentar la sostenibilidad en el país...Tras este acuerdo, se adhirieron diferentes compañías a esta iniciativas como Altos Hornos de México, Grupo Cementos Chihuahua, Cemex, Cementos Portland Moctezuma [parte de Corporación Moctezuma], Holcim Apasco [parte de Holcim], así como Pemex, Siderurgia Tultitlán o la Cooperativa La Cruz Azul.

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