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Semarnat analyzes the impact of real estate development in Mérida and the beaches of Yucatán

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As part of the second Environmental Roundtable 2024 in Yucatán, the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat) analyzes the impact that real estate development has in the state, mainly in the city of Mérida and on the coast.

According to a statement issued by the federal agency, one of the priority issues is to verify that these projects comply with environmental standards, but the intention is that the environmental sector is not perceived as a brake on investment.

“So that our children can enjoy the inheritance of a house or assets, we must also inherit a healthy environment,” said Semarnat.

On the other hand, the Basin Organization of the Yucatan Peninsula of the National Water Commission (Conagua) also participates in this Table, which warned about the drought season that has brought temperatures higher than 40 degrees, which is why it recommended to the Citizens take care of the use of water and energy during this hot season.

He warned that the availability of resources is affected by the greater demand for liquid and the use of air conditioning systems.

In addition, representatives of the National Commission of Protected Natural Areas (Conanp) analyzed the problems that affect the state’s protected natural areas, while the National Forestry Commission (Conafor) warned about the fire season.

“It is important that communities prevent the spread of forest fires because they not only affect ecosystems but also cause pollution and can cause human losses. On the peninsula, about 8 thousand hectares have been lost due to the fires,” the statement detailed.

This table also supervises that the management carried out by the Representative Office in Yucatán is carried out within the regulations and within the times of law, in addition to reviewing the work of public servants to find improvements in the provision of the service.

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