Federica Quijano Tapia, a federal deputy from the Ecological Green Party of Mexico (PVEM), emphasized the need to share experiences from experts, discuss, and prioritize topics that are significant for the development of the nation in the face of the challenges confronting the country.
During her participation in the second panel of the National Convention of the Ecological Green Party of Mexico, titled “Rethinking the Future in Green,” the legislator from Yucatán stated that these types of exercises are important for creating platforms that contain strategies to advance with better development for Mexico’s future.
As the representative for her state, Federica Quijano received and introduced Chancellor Marcelo Ebrard Casaubón, who was a special guest of the Ecological Green Party at the convention that brought together leaders from across the country affiliated with this political party.
Quijano Tapia highlighted the work carried out by Marcelo Ebrard during his tenure as the head of government in the capital city and the way he fulfilled his commitments. “Marcelo Ebrard is a man who knows how to keep his word, he is sensitive to the problems the country faces, and through his work, he humanizes politics and gives it a new face, which is reflected in his book,” emphasized the deputy.
The federal legislator emphasized that the Ecological Green Party seeks to promote strategies that foster the country’s development in areas such as sustainability and climate change. To achieve this, it is necessary to maintain dialogue and plan actions.
Therefore, she highlighted the participation of Chancellor Marcelo Ebrard in the second panel of the National Convention “Rethinking the Future in Green,” which also featured specialists such as urbanist and architect Jeff Speck, economist Graciela Teruel Belismelis, and Dr. Isabel de Saint Malo de Alvarado. They shared their vision for a better country.
Federica Quijano affirmed that the Ecological Green Party is aware of the challenges facing the country in areas such as climate change, the green agenda, the environment, among others, which have existing gaps that need to be addressed as a priority.