Mexico will release 1.5 million climate and energy data points in 2025, the Interior Ministry said on Wednesday.
The data will be released by the Ministry of Environment in cooperation with the Mexican Institute of Geophysics and Geosciences (IGE), the Interior Department said in a statement.
The Mexican National Institute of Statistics and Geopharmacology (MINUSMA) will collect the data.
Ministry data will also be released to the public through the online portal.
The ministry’s chief statistician, Miguel Angel Guzmán, said the data would help the government analyze the state of the world’s oceans and ensure that it is not losing the precious water that is needed for human survival.
“We want to keep the water available for future generations, for future industries, for the climate,” Guzmarán said in an interview.
The new data will bring Mexico’s total to 1.7 million, down from the current total of 1.9 million, he said.