The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is the international response to climate change. It is a treaty that sets out the basic responsibilities of the 196 Parties (States) plus the European Union to fight climate change. It was signed at the Earth Summit in 1992 and entered into force in 1994. Chile joined that year and entered into force in 1994.
The Conference of the Parties (COP) is the supreme decision-making body of the Convention. The Parties meet annually to review progress in the implementation of the Convention, while other instruments underpinning its implementation are proposed, assessed and approved.
The first COP was held in Berlin in 1995. 24 COPs have been held to date, the last one in Katowice, Poland, in December 2018.
The COP Presidency rotates among the following 5 United Nations regions: Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Western Europe, and Latin America and the Caribbean. This time it is Chile's turn.
Chile is responsible for only 0.25% of global emissions, however, our country is very vulnerable to climate change. We comply with 7 of the 9 conditions of vulnerability, which places us among the ten countries most affected by this phenomenon, according to the report of the Global Climate Risk Index 2017, presented by Germanwatch at COP22.SEE MORE
Bachelor of Business from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. In the first government of President Sebastián Piñera (2010 – 2014), she was Minister Director of the National Service for Women and Minister of Education.SEE MORE
We are convinced that climate action and sustainable development do not run parallel lanes. On the contrary, we believe that the only way to achieve true development is taking care of the environment. To achieve this, adaptation and mitigation to climate change are key.SEE MORE
Although the COP25 is known as the COP of the "Ambition" given the need for all countries to increase their environmental commitments, Chile has wanted to highlight 7 additional topics...SEE MORE
The Cerrillos Bicentennial Park has approximately 30 gross hectares + 10 net hectares for a capacity of 25,000 people
The Santiago Arturo Merino Benitez / Nuevo Pudahuel International Airport is 20 minutes from downtown capital.
In Santiago we have 32 thousand beds available, according to data from the Tourism authority.
Foreigners who wish to visit Chile, must obtain a tourist visa for recreation or similar purposes.
To enter Chile, tourists must check in at International Police by presenting their identification documents (either identity card or passport) and stamped visa (depending on the country of origin)...
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