Building resilient, sustainable and inclusive futures for Mexico.

Karla María Nava Aguirre, Itzel Zárate-Solís, José Luis Rojas Vazquez

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Abstract

Economic and social inequality in Mexico presents a challenge in the transformative recovery of the country. This chapter aims to identify opportunities and multi-actor actions in the different scenarios of economic growth and sustainable development for Mexico in the coming years. We managed to propose public policy recommendations for the country by building future scenarios along with the participation of representatives from government, business, civil society and academia. A regenerative Mexico by 2030 requires policies that encourage private, domestic and foreign investment; regulatory frameworks for investment in clean technologies; implementation of tax incentives to promote a green economy and cooperative and inclusive models, such as the social and solidarity economy. Inclusive and collaborative multi-actor actions among the country’s sectors become the common denominator of future scenarios for Mexico from an optimistic, resilient and hopeful perspective for its population.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRegenerative and Sustainable Futures for Latin America and the Caribbean
Subtitle of host publicationCollective Action for a Region with a Better Tomorrow
PublisherEmerald Group Publishing Ltd.
Pages209-234
Number of pages26
ISBN (Electronic)9781801178648
ISBN (Print)9781801178655
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2022

Publication series

NameRegenerative and Sustainable Futures for Latin America and the Caribbean: Collective Action for a Region with a Better Tomorrow

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