Our partner Brenda Rogel and associates Ana Paulina Arenas and María Fernández, collaborated on this insightful article for Lexlatin,  where they explain how carbon taxes operate in Mexico, both at the federal and state levels. Our experts also highlight the challenges that persist in their implementation, such as the complexity of compensation mechanisms and the lack of transparency in the use of federal revenues. 

"...in the current Mexican context, carbon taxes contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), but they have not yet become a decisive factor in their reduction". 

We invite you to read the full article to learn more about this topic (only available in Spanish). 

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