TUC City Profile: Naucalpan, Mexico

Guerra, Flávia, Romero Magallán, Marisol, Adame, Acoyani, Zubicaray, Gorka, Roll, Michael and Turmena, Lucas (2022). TUC City Profile: Naucalpan, Mexico. Transformative Urban Coalitions City Profiles. UNU-EHS.

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  • Author Guerra, Flávia
    Romero Magallán, Marisol
    Adame, Acoyani
    Zubicaray, Gorka
    Roll, Michael
    Turmena, Lucas
    Title TUC City Profile: Naucalpan, Mexico
    Series Title Transformative Urban Coalitions City Profiles
    Volume/Issue No. 3
    Publication Date 2022-11
    Place of Publication Bonn
    Publisher UNU-EHS
    Pages 20
    Language eng
    Abstract Naucalpan shares critical sustainability challenges with Mexico City due to geographic proximity, notably those related to transport. Furthermore, deindustrialization, lack of integrated urban planning and climate change exacerbate everyday problems in the municipality, including air and water pollution, poor waste management, inequality and poverty. Better understanding the links between these issues could inspire transformative climate action at the local level. A strategic long-term vision for a more sustainable Naucalpan could build upon existing multilevel collaboration agreements and transnational partnerships. Vertical and horizontal integration and formalization of climate change mitigation and adaptation programs and projects could help the municipality to bridge fragmented climate agendas, sectoral development projects and short-term administrations. Naucalpan residents are increasingly recognizing socio-environmental challenges and conflicts at the local level, as well as the shortcomings of the institutionalized channels for citizen participation. As a result, different informal spaces for citizens to voice their opinions regarding government decisions and projects are emerging in the municipality. Addressing significant gaps in municipal data, knowledge and capacity regarding climate change is critical to accelerate a transformation towards sustainability in Naucalpan. Furthermore, existing community-led initiatives could be leveraged to anchor climate action and ensure buy-in from different actors.
    Copyright Holder United Nations University
    Copyright Year 2022
    Copyright type Creative commons
    DOI 10.53324/EXZO5502
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