Veracruz, See. 15 December,es 2016.- In order to publicize the initiatives being developed by Mexican ports in environmental matters, and thereby contribute to meeting the goals and objectives of the Convention on Biological Diversity, the General Coordination of Ports and Merchant Marine of the Secretariat of Communications and Transportation, he made yesterday in Cancun, Quintana Roo, a 'Side Event "called Transition ports twentieth century to sustainable port cities of the XXI century.
He attended the Architect Fernando Gamboa Rosas, Director General of Promotion and Port Administration of the General Coordination of Ports and Merchant Marine; Architect Francisco Liaño Carrera, Engineering Manager of the Port Authority of Veracruz; Renán Sanchez licensed Tajonar, delegate of SEMARNAT in the State of Quintana Roo, representative of the Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources, Engineer Rafael Pacchiano Alamán; Admiral Alejandro Miranda, Director General of API Manzanillo; Almirante Jorge Luis Cruz Ballado, Director General of the API Lazaro Cardenas; Engineer Raul Torre Gamboa, Director General of API Progress; Director of Ecology and Sustainable Development CGPYMM; Nélida Barajas CONABIO and Ignacio March Mifsut, of the National Commission of Natural Protected Areas, in addition to general public.
In such work, which they took place in a side event of COP13, Documentary TRANSITION OF PORTS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY was presented to sustainable PORT CITIES OF THE CENTURY, where he realizes the importance of the transformation of the ports in this sense. further, the participation of the National Commission of Natural Protected Areas (CONANP) emphasizes the joint task is starting within the framework of the COP13, especially with the tour to take place by the national coasts ECOntainer, sharing the vision of the Mexican government on the conservation of biological diversity.
As part of the event, Architect Fernando Gamboa Rosas delivered to the Licensed Renán Sanchez Tajonar, Result Report PRECOP Workshop held at the Port of Veracruz, and Operation Manual ECOntainer. further, the official CGPYMM presented the corresponding volumes to Ignacio March Mifsut, CONANP, and Dr. Nélida Barajas CONABIO. This event is of utmost importance, where meetings like this drive compliance with the objectives of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020, including international cooperation frameworks, the most important of the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development, promoted by the United Nations.