Today, climate change is one of humanity’s biggest challenges, and the Mexican government is taking steps to address the problems it creates.

Some of the potential risks posed by climate change are more frequent and more intense hydrometeorological phenomena and species extinction. The goal is to limit global warming to less than 2°C.

Digital technologies and data sources enable us to work together and provide us with accessible, comparable and timely data to combat climate change.

The Mexican government’s office for National Digital Strategy, in partnership with the Environment and Natural Resources Ministry and the National Institute of Ecology and Climate Change, has launched an open platform that illustrates and contextualizes climate change by integrating more than 50 priority datasets that include emission figures, economic activities, the environment and possible scenarios.

Learn about it here: