Retos y estrategias gubernamentales para mitigar las emisiones GEI del autotransporte de carga en México
Sandoval García, Edgar Roberto
Franco González, Rosa Laura Patricia Edith
Fernández Morales, Juan Manuel
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Globally it is estimated that medium and heavy-duty trucking will be the largest emitter of greenhouse gases in the transport sector. In Mexico, the increasing mobility of materials, products and people during the last decades have been key factors to position the transport industry as the most energy and carbon intensity sector in the country. Intending to recognize the impact of government strategies to mitigate greenhouse compounds and the challenges involved, specifically for the trucking subsector, an analysis is proposed with the intention of anticipating opportunities and possible barriers for each implementation scenario, where the promotion of multimodal transport and use of alternative fuels would have to be key factors in achieving the planned goals. However, it is necessary to propose an holistic optimization methodology that take into account advantages and disadvantages of each strategic path as well as implementation of costs and externalities.