The vitality of natural contrasts are on display throughout Chile. From the flowering desert in the north of the country to the ancient glaciers of the south, a myriad of ecosystems rich in biodiversity coexist, each of them protected by natural borders and a growing consciousness in Chile about the need to conserve the environment.
The country whose beauty extends from north to south, with resources borne within it that allow Chileans to dream of a better life, on the basis of sustainable development and environmental equity. Chile has opened its eyes to the world, actively participating in international conventions and making space for emerging initiatives that create and develop renewable energy. A few examples of the previous are the many projects that are currently taken place in the northern part of the country, and the changes through which the Santiago’s Subway has been going through; authorities are aiming to power this mean of transportation solely on solar and wind energy.