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Source: DPAM, October 2020
* Constituent countries and/or overseas territories are part of the investable universe but ranked at the bottom quartile
In this half of the year assessment we focus on Mexico’s evolution within the ranking:
Young democracy (2000) still coping with corruption, violence, human rights issues, etc. Violence, murder and public safety are still worsening. Has led to large scale emigration. Big sustainability issue going forward.
Regarding Environment, slight improvement in air quality, but still poor. Reliance on renewables is low, and protected areas, though growing, still under 20% of the country. Also, lack of environmental ambition hurts.
Next to important concerns, the country has registered impressive progress (as shown by trend indicator in our model) and enables Mexico to reach the last seat in the first quartile of the sustainability rankings:
However, we need to be prudent with the potential damage from the COVID crisis, which could have substantial impact on the country, notably extreme poverty.