Ninfa Salinas Sada
Ninfa Salinas Sada (born 1 May 1980) Is a Mexican politician, a member of the Ecologist Green Party of Mexico. Sada is recognized as one of the youngest women to hold public office in Mexico. Currently, she is Senator by proportional representation. Sada was a Federal Deputy in the LXI Legislature Congress of Mexico.
She holds a degree in Marketing from the Universidad Anahuac in Mexico.
Senator Salinas is daughter of Ricardo Salinas Pliego, who is one of the billionaires and owners of Television Azteca, and Electra in Mexico. She is married to Rodrigo Ripstein, and she has a bachelor's degree from a private university in Mexico, although its legitimity is questioned.
During her term as Federal Deputy, she served as Chairman of the Committee on Environment and Natural Resources, from which prompted the General Law on Climate Change, which places Mexico within a large group of countries with legislation to combat and minimize the effects of climate change. She also managed to allocate more resources to the Mexican Institute of Water Technology and the National Water Commission in the Expenditure Budget of the Federation 2011.
Among her major accomplishments as president of the Environment Committee of the Chamber of Deputies was the to increase the portion of the budget of Branch 16 designated for the environment by 50%.
|2010||850 million pesos.|
|2011||1,350 million pesos.|
|2012||1,510 million pesos.|
Salinas Sada was able to have the Chamber of Deputies provide greater support to projects related to climate change mitigation, land management programs, landfill construction and environmental education, as well as the strengthening of federal entities such as the Secretariat of the Environment.
Similarly during her presence in the Mexican congress, she lobbied to make better use of timber resources in favor of the conservation of forests and jungles of Mexico. Ninfa Salinas joined forces with the Federal Government, through the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT), to protect the forest industry in Mexico.
Also During her term as Federal Deputy, she focused efforts on the protection of the Environment, and joined the efforts of legislators from different political parties on issues like human trafficking and job security.
As a Senator, she was appointed to Chairperson the Commission on the Environment and Natural Resources of the Senate. She is also a member of the Justice, Energy, and Foreign Relations for North American Affairs Commissions.
- Iniciativa con proyecto de Decreto por la que se Reforma el Artículo 73.
- Proyecto de decreto que reforma y adiciona diversas disposiciones de la Ley Orgánica de la Administración Pública Federal.