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Green buildings could help the private sector increase its role toward a carbon zero economy.
Alicia Silva Villanueva, President, SUMe
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Green buildings could help the private sector increase its role toward a carbon zero economy.
Cesar Treviño
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Cesar Treviño
CEO and Founder
Bioconstrucción y Energía Alternativa (BEA)
BEA is a Mexican professional services company that focuses on helping developers achieve sustainability certifications.
Luis Vega
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Luis Vega
President
Sustentabilidad para Mexico (SUMe)
There are 275 certified projects in SUMe's portfolio and 947 in the process of being certified
Alicia Silva, Director General and Founder of Revitaliza Consultores
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Alicia Silva
Director General and Founder
Revitaliza Consultores
“It is better and far more transparent to opt for international standards, since they will provide increased credibility levels to the customers”
 María Virginia Pérez, Director General of ITACA Proyectos Sustentables
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María Virginia Pérez
Director General
ITACA Proyectos Sustentables
The company was founded in Villahermosa, Tabasco, in 1994, and had been working in the region for many years
DARÍO IBARGÜENGOITIA President of SUMe
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Darío Ibargüengoitia
President
SUMe
The increasing prevalence of green buildings in Mexico is amazing and it can be attributed to the fact that developers are now aware of the benefit
César Ulises Treviño, Director General of BEA
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César Ulises Treviño
Director General
BEA
“In the most important streets in Mexico City, such as Reforma, the owners of over 60% of the buildings are pursuing some sort of certification”
Darío Ibargüengoitia, President of SUMe
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Darío Ibargüengoitia
President
SUMe
Although Mexico has not yet embraced green building certifications, the foundations are being laid and many different entities are working on it.
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