Tue, May 03|
Mexico City: Convening a Multi-Sector Platform to Enable Circularity
Mexico City is a mega-city with major water-food-energy challenges for the growing population. In this session you can learn about the circular case of Mexico City and the importance of coalition building and multi-stakeholder engagement.
Time & Location
May 03, 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM EDT
About the event
With a population exceeding 22M and ranked currently as the 5th largest city in the world, Mexico City has large-scale water-food-energy challenges that it must mitigate to better serve its growing population. To pivot the water-food-energy issue from a problem at scale to an economic and social opportunity, a multi-stakeholder coalition has formed to showcase the circular transition as a potential solution. This session will focus on the importance of coalition building and multi-stakeholder engagement to lead Mexico City's circular city transformation and highlight the opportunities and challenges on the road ahead.
The event is in English and translated in Spanish.
- Estefania Arriaga, Ministry of Natural Resources of Mexico City
- Eva Valencia, Founder, TriColor Coalition
- Montserrat Palomar, Head of Sustainability, Enel Power Mexico
- Jahir Mojica, Director, SUEMA
- Diana Osornio Hernández, Community Engagement Director, Movimiento de Jóvenes por el Agua (MOJA AC)
- Estefania Arriaga, Coordinator of Sustainable Management of Solid Waste, Ministry of Environment of Mexico City
Moderator: Fernanda Scur, PYXERA Global
Key Participant Learning Outcomes
- Get a keen understanding of the challenges and opportunities for an inclusive circular economy in a Mexico City’s mega-city context.
- Capture real-time examples of the innovative proposals that are being implemented in Mexico City towards an inclusive circular economy in the water-food-energy sectors.
- Gain perspective of the challenges and opportunities to build a multi-sector and multi-actor coalition to promote joint transformative governance processes.