Chile has assumed a National Strategy for Climate Change and Vegetation Resources
Chile has assumed a National Strategy for Climate Change and Vegetation Resources whose general objective is to "Reduce the social, environmental and economic vulnerability that climate change, desertification, land degradation and drought generate on vegetation resources and human communities. that depend on these, in order to increase the resilience of ecosystems and contribute to mitigating climate change by promoting the reduction and capture of greenhouse gas emissions in Chile ”.
de los ecosistemas y contribuir a mitigar el cambio climático fomentando la reducción y captura
de emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero en Chile”.
Among the specific objectives is “To influence technical, political and
financial resources that allow positioning the role of vegetation resources in mitigation and
adaptation to climate change, the fight against desertification, land degradation and drought, as priority axes in sectoral development policies ”.
and drought, as priority axes in sectoral development policies ”.
APPLICABLE LEGAL RULES
Hence the importance of caring for the native vegetation and flora in each of our
projects, which can be accessed, and which allow not only the realization of a project
personal or investment, but to contribute individually to collective objectives.
La legislación chilena, establece normas que cada uno de nuestros clientes debe respetar
y que son base de la responsabilidad ciudadana, por ejemplo:
a) Ley 20.283 On the Recovery of Native Forest and Forest Promotion that restricts the
productive activity of native forests and establishes conservation standards;
b) Ley 19.473 that together with regulating the hunting, capture and raising of wild animals,
It also establishes standards for the conservation and sustainable use of animals from the
c) Ley 18.892 on Fishing and Aquaculture that regulates productive activity and also,
protection of hydrobiological resources, that is, those resources that can be
used by humans.
HOW TO ACQUIRE LAND IN CHILE?
The legislation does not establish norms that restrict investments in the Aysén Region, either for
Chilean or foreign, only minimum surface limitations (Decree Law 3,516 and the General Law of Urbanism and Construction.
de Urbanismo y Construcción.
If you are abroad you can grant a mandate to manage your sole tax role and the
contract of promise of sale or definitive contract and thus make the purchase without major
sin mayores requisitos.
In the case of a foreign citizen, Decree Law 1939 establishes the need to obtain