Nestlé México is part of the Nestlé global nutrition and wellness group. During the last 10 years, it has introduced several efficiency and renewable energy technologies into its processes to reduce its environmental impact and become more competitive. Mexico Energy Review spoke to Juan Carlos Pardo, Shared Value Creation and Sustainability Director to ask him about […]Continue Reading →
By 1519, the year that the Spanish first arrived in Mexico, the capital city was already one of the largest human settlements in the world, with over 12km2 of extension and more than 200,000 habitants. In addition to the city’s size, the Aztecs surprised their visitors by the orderly and clean streets. As described by […]Continue Reading →
Mexican terrain is incredibly diverse, ranking fourth in the list of countries with the highest number of botanical species, third in mammals, and second in reptiles. Nevertheless, these rich biological resources are usually endangered by economic activities lacking in a sustainable development focus, such as tourism, one of Mexico’s most important economic segments. In 2015 […]Continue Reading →
“An environmental goal is not enough to manage a company’s future successfully. Neither is an economic goal.” – Adam Werbach
In today’s financial climate, many companies are striving to cut costs in order to negotiate the slimmest margins. However, an increasing number of experts are claiming that profitability and […]Continue Reading →
Mexico Energy and Sustainability Review 2016 talks to: Luis Rubén Gutiérrez, Vice President of Operations PepsiCo Mexico
Q: What have been the most significant accomplishments in terms of green practices and sustainability that have made PepsiCo stand out in the past year? Could you share the facts and figures to highlight this success?
A: PepsiCo México has […]Continue Reading →
Mexico Energy and Sustainability Review 2015 talks to: Jesús González Arellano, Advisory Partner, Corporate Government, Risk Management and Sustainability at KPMG
Historically, large corporations have been viewed by the public as mammoths stomping their way to the top, leaving behind large ecological footprints. In recent years corporations have begun to tread softly as they realize that their […]Continue Reading →
Water for energy; energy for water—as independent sectors and through their inextricable linkages, water and energy are key drivers of economic growth and social development, states the recent UN Report Putting Water and Energy at the Heart of Sustainable Development. This bond underscores the fact that a new holistic approach to manage limited natural resources […]Continue Reading →
September 24, 2014 saw the inauguration of the annual Green Expo at the World Trade Center in Mexico City. As unprecedented opportunities are arriving to Mexican shores, national and foreign companies alike are now beginning to rethink their technologies and business models and veering towards sustainable practices. Spread across the gleaming exhibition center […]Continue Reading →
This article is drawn from the Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2014, to be released on February 20, at the Mexico Energy Forum 2014 (www.mexicoenergyforum.com).
Sustainable banking is not a concept with a long and storied history. While different sectors of industry came to sustainable practices through the 1990s and 2000s, the […]Continue Reading →