The multi-ministry committee on climate change and sustainability published two secondary regulations to guide implementation of the climate change law, which was ratified in June 2022.
The first norm approved dictates the powers that the authorities will have to set and modify the public policies needed to ensure that the goals of the climate change law are met.
The second norm authorizes the creation of an Interministerial Technical Committee (ETICC) and regional committees (CORECC) charged with implementing the governance model allowed by the law.
The climate change law calls for Chile to become carbon neutral by 2050, and dictates how the environmental evaluation service (SEA), among other entities, must consider climate change and gas emissions when evaluating project proposals.

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