Themes of interest

The Ministry of Urban Development and the Environment promotes issues related to ecological ordering, an instrument of technical and legal planning in ecological matters that regulates the use of land outside of urban spots and considers its suitability.

It has an instrument for planning public policies aimed at the prevention and mitigation of greenhouse gases (GHG) and adaptation to the effects of climate change, called the State Climate Change Program (PECC).

To promote environmental education, Tamaulipas has a State Network of Centers of Education and Global Climate Monitoring, consisting of 3 facilities of Casas de la Tierra in Ciudad Victoria, Madero and Reynosa, where with state-of-the-art satellite technology the population is made aware of the causes and consequences of climate change.

On the other hand, in Tamaulipas, the Environmental Management System is applied, through which almost 422 tons of materials have been recycled, as a result of the purification of the concentration archive of the dependencies.

To conserve the priority species, talks and workshops are given to primary school students, in addition to providing them with books related to environmental education topics.

Tamaulipas highlights the national level in the protection of natural wealth through citizen, social and private participation, with the programs to protect the olive ridley turtle, conservation of the monarch butterfly, the green macaw and the protection of yellow-headed parrot species. tamaulipeco and yellow cheeks.

At the same time, the conservation of the state and federal protected natural areas is promoted, reaching 790 thousand 438 hectares equivalent to almost 10% of the surface of the state, in order to protect the natural wealth they contain and the environmental services they provide.

The Secretariat of Urban Development and Environment, through the Undersecretary of Urban Development, seeks to contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of the Tamaulipecos, through programs of territorial ordering and urban mobility, as well as municipal and partial programs of territorial growth in In addition, different sectors of our state reinforce Tamaulipas identity with the preservation of historical, cultural and architectural heritage.

It is a Decentralized Public Organization Created by the Government of the State of Tamaulipas, so that, supported by the established norms, it is dedicated to formulate and conduct the state public policy on the conservation and use of wildlife, to promote the establishment of adequate conditions for the development of markets based on criteria of sustainability, as well as on the application of environmental policy criteria to stimulate the achievement of conservation objectives and use of it within the scope of its territorial jurisdiction.

Its objective is to contribute to the sustainable development of the State of Tamaulipas by inducing compliance with environmental policies, implementing mechanisms to establish criteria and regulate conditions aimed at the protection of wild flora and fauna, developing strategies that guarantee the sustainable use of natural resources. natural resources.

The Tamaulipan Institute of Housing and Urbanism is a decentralized public body of the Government of the State of Tamaulipas whose mission is to grant families access to housing solutions, through the implementation of land and housing programs that provide stability, security, legal certainty and consolidation. patrimonial.

The programs are aimed at all Tamaulipas society without access to other social welfare plans such as land or housing, or those who have, help with soft loans q improve family welfare or helping them to legalize their assets by promoting the deed of their property.

The State Water Commission of Tamaulipas is a Decentralized Public Organization that is responsible for coordinating the planning, programming and monitoring of the infrastructure of the state water sector, as well as the services it provides.

It monitors the efficient use and preservation of water quality, promotes its culture as a scarce vital resource and public good.
It also supports Operative Organizations and rural communities that do not have potable water service, disinfection of water and participate in emergency care caused by extreme weather events.

All rights reserved © 2019 / Government of the State of Tamaulipas 2016 - 2022