In 2004, Mexico became the first developing country in the world to launch a program meant to implement internationally accepted standards for measuring and reporting greenhouse emissions from businesses. Like other developing countries, Mexico was not required to reduce greenhouse emissions under the Kyoto Protocol, but the country has taken some steps of its own at the domestic level to reduce emissions. In 2007, the Mexican government laid out a plan to reduce emissions nationwide. This plan focused on steps such as replacing tree cover in deforested areas, and avoided strong measures to reduce dependence on fossil fuels. However, Mexico has received a lot of praise for taking some initiative on curbing greenhouse emissions, and has been seen by many as a developing nation that is leading the way on climate issues among the world’s poorer countries.
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