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- "Global emissions are reaching record levels and show no sign of peaking. The last four years were the four hottest on record, and winter temperatures in the Arctic have risen by 3°C since 1990. Sea levels are rising, coral reefs are dying, and we are starting to see the life-threatening impact of climate change on health, through air pollution, heatwaves and risks to food security.
The impacts of climate change are being felt everywhere and are having very real consequences on people’s lives. Climate change is disrupting national economies, costing us dearly today and even more tomorrow. But there is a growing recognition that affordable, scalable solutions are available now that will enable us all to leapfrog to cleaner, more resilient economies.
World leaders need to declare a state of climate emergency
The latest analysis shows that if we act now, we can reduce carbon emissions within 12 years and hold the increase in the global average temperature to well below 2°C and even, as asked by the latest science, to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.
Thankfully, we have the Paris Agreement – a visionary, viable, forward-looking policy framework that sets out exactly what needs to be done to stop climate disruption and reverse its impact. But the agreement itself is meaningless without ambitious action.
UN Secretary-General António Guterres is calling on all leaders to come to New York on 23 September with concrete, realistic plans to enhance their nationally determined contributions by 2020, in line with reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 45 per cent over the next decade, and to net zero emissions by 2050."
FOR ACTION - La Presidencia de Chile, Sebastián Piñera. Chile presentó de forma oficial este jueves la Cumbre del cambio climático (COP25), que se celebrará en diciembre próximo, en un acto en el que la ministra chilena Carolina Schmidtz pidió trabajar juntos de la acción climática porque es #TiempoDeActuar.
STEPS TOWARD A COOLER PLANET
Phase out polluting
vehicles. Governments aim to end the sale of new petrol, and
diesel vehicles by
2040 but have no infrastructure plan to support such
ambition. Such infrastructure should exceed the performance of
fuel filling stations, prolong EV
battery life and provide power grids with a measure of load leveling.
Any such system should seek to obviate the provision of
millions of fast charge points where implementation could
prove to be a logistical nightmare and an inefficient energy
delivery system. This may involve
international agreement as to energy storage format and
statute to steer car makers to collaborate (in part) in a world
BUSTER - This solar and wind powered Cross
Channel ferry (concept) is a budget zero carbon design
that could be scaled up to replace bunker
fueled ships from 2030, to help operators meet IMO targets.
Being medium range vessels, ferries are the logical choice for
development, leading to long range cargo and passenger ships
from 2040. It is important to give fleet operators clear
policy steer to avoid costly investment in the wrong
technology during phased changeover to keep them profitable.
Eventually, oil tankers will be relics of the past. This
research is also the subject of a Horizon
Proposal for January 2020 aimed
at longer distance cruising.
Marine transport can be
neutral given the right policies, with phased transition
in specific stages such as not to unduly penalize present
investment in LNG
shipping and other recent MARPOL
powered vessels. Future cargo vessel should be at least in
part powered by renewable energy, on the road to zero
carbon, making allowances for technology catch-up from 2030
trade in on outdated ships and marine
taxes on internal
combustion engines. It is important that taxes collected
may not be used for any other purpose by any participating
country. In the UK taxes are collected for one purpose then
used for another leading to deficits. E.g. just 5% of road
taxes is used for roads. This is a recipe for bankruptcy and
huge national debt. Such practices should stop in the
interests of sustainability and transparency for the
travel powered by kerosene should attract hefty mitigation
offset, where low carbon alternatives should be encouraged.
Renewable energy should replace carbon-based fuels (coal,
gas) in our
electricity for homes, factories, heating and transport. Coal
power plants should be phased out.
HOUSING: On site micro or macro
generation is the best option, starting with new build homes
that are both affordable and sustainable by design to replace
crumbling housing stocks. Encourage building in timber
to provide carbon lock from a renewable natural resource. Make
sustainable housing a permitted development. Taking out the
need to apply for planning permission, will cut out council
blockers from the decision making process, to stamp out empire
AGRICULTURE: We need
to grow many more trees to absorb
carbon emissions from a growing
population, air travel, and to build new homes. We must
control illegal slash
and burn forest clearances and crack down on offenders. We should
promote reductions in food waste and eating of foods that use
less energy to produce. Educating children on these matters in
schools and via campaigns such as no meat
Mondays, should be part of ordinary study.
INDUSTRY: Factories should be aiming for solar heating and
onsite renewable energy generation.
EV parking and even service facilities should be part of new industrial
estates as part of any building permissions.
POLITICS: - National governing bodies need to adopt
rules to eliminate administrative wastages, to include scaling
down spending on war machines, increasing spend on educating the public and supporting sustainable
social policies that mesh with other cultures. This includes
fostering policies and making funds available to close links
in the technology chain to make up for lost time. Kleptocratic
empire building must cease in the search for natural
equilibrium. Taxes should be used only for the stated purpose.
Borrowing that increases national debts and GHGs in the
repaying must cease.
- Hoy los diputados RN Catalina del Real y Eduardo Durán participaron junto al Presidente Sebastián Piñera.
Hoy fue un día importante para los medioambientalistas en Chile, ya que, el Presidente Sebastián Piñera, confirmó que el lugar escogido para desarrollar la COP 25 será el parque Bicentenario de Cerrillos.
Ante esto la diputada de Renovación Nacional e integrante de la Catalina del Real afirmó que la COP 25 es una gran instancia para ser líderes en temas medioambientales “al ser anfitriones de la Cumbre Medioambiental COP25 nos posiciona como país en el liderazgo en temas medioambientales a nivel nacional”.
También entregó un mensaje entorno a la importancia del cuidado del planeta “Nuestro planeta ha elevado su temperatura en dos y tres grados en el último tiempo, más del 90% de las especies de la flora y fauna se han ido extinguiendo, somos la última generación que podemos hacer algo para revertir el cambió global. Cuidemos nuestro planeta es el único que tenemos”.
Por su parte el diputado Eduardo Durán, presidente de la Bancada Transversal de Emergencias, Desastres Naturales y Efectos del Cambio Climático, afirmó que “el cambio climático es una realidad que nos afecta enormemente. Y no podemos ser indiferentes con nuestro planeta y las futuras generaciones. La cop 25 en Chile nos da la oportunidad de reafirmar nuestro compromiso con el medio ambiente, con responsabilidad y decisión”.
Al finalizar el diputado Durán depositó sus esperanzas en la COP25 “espero que esa cita mundial sirva para que en Chile tengamos definitivamente una ley de cambio climático que restrinja todo tipo de actividad que fomente el uso de combustibles fosiles y contaminantes y que promueva el respeto y cuidado de nuestro medio ambiente”.
Hoy el gobierno y la Ministra de Medio Ambiente Carolina Schmidt tuvieron el primer acercamiento con el empresariado para solicitar la colaboración de ellos en tan importante evento.
2019: COP 25/CMP 15/CMA 4 TBA
The next summit was expected to take place between November 11 and 22, 2019, but Chilean President Sebastian Piñera now says COP25
is more likely to be held in January 2020.
President Piñera told the press: “We will have the great responsibility of leading and advancing toward a better control of
climate change and global
- Environment Minister, Carolina Schmidt, is a Commercial
Engineer graduated at Chile’s Pontificia Universidad Católica.
During President Sebastián Piñera first period (2010 –
2014), she served as Minister of the National Women’s
Service and Minister of Education. In August 2018, she became
Minister of Environment with a clear purpose: the only way to
achieve sustainable development is with care and respect for
She has a cross-cutting message: climate action and economic
development do not move along separate tracks; on the
contrary, it implies that the way to achieve a real
sustainable development is the protection of the environment;
in order to achieve this, adaptation and mitigation to climate
change are essential. One of her priorities is the
incorporation of the gender perspective into public policies
on environmental matters. She has pursued this initiative at
the regional level, at the last Forum of Ministers of
Environment of Latin America and the Caribbean; and at the
global level, at COP24 in the United Nations Framework
Convention on Climate Change.
FOR ACTION! - The COP decided at its 24th session that COP 25 will take place in Chile and requested the Bureau to decide on the dates of the sessions.
The Bureau met on 7 March 2019 and decided that COP 25 / CMP 15 / CMA 2 will take place from 2 to 13 December 2019. The
pre-sessional period will be from 26 November to 1 December 2019.
COP 25 / CMP 15 / CMA 2 will be organized at Parque Bicentenario Cerrillos (ex aeropuerto de Santiago) in Santiago de Chile.
While the COP25 is known as the “Time for Action” COP due
to the need for all countries to expand their commitments to
limit global warming, Chile wants to highlight the following
Oceans play a fundamental role in mitigating climate change
since they capture and store more than 90% of the heat and
approximately 25% of the carbon produced by emissions from
human activities. Unfortunately, the increase in heat and
carbon in the ocean is having visible, global impacts, and to
a large extent, irreversible, such as the increase in
temperature, sea level rise, ocean
acidification and changes in marine biodiversity, among
Antarctica, the Arctic and mountain glaciers (cryosphere),
besides being major water reserves, are important climate
regulators since they reflect the solar energy back into space
and thus affecting the planet’s energy balance. The
cryosphere is also very sensitive to global
warming, which leads to melting and loss of mass,
processes that are (in part) responsible for rising sea
levels, loss of biodiversity and deterioration of ecosystems.
Alterations occurring in Antarctica (due to climate change)
will have global consequences and will last for several
The direct and indirect effects of climate change are closely
related to changes in biodiversity resulting from human
activity, so it is essential to ensure the preservation of
biodiversity and its functions and allow for our development
as a society. Biodiversity
is fundamental for the adaptation and mitigation of climate
change, which is why it is necessary to carry out actions that
enable its preservation.
In this context, Chile has not fallen behind; it has a wide
network of land and marine protected areas and is carrying out
a National Plan for Wetlands Protection and working on a Draft
Bill for the creation of the Biodiversity and Protected Areas
Forests deserve special mention, as they play an important
role in mitigating climate change by capturing and
emitted into the atmosphere. In addition, they provide a
number of benefits, such as water provision, protection of
soil and biodiversity in general. Chile boasts an extensive
network of well-preserved native forest ecosystems, especially
in the Patagonian zone. Nonetheless, in other parts of the
country these ecosystems have been significantly altered and
therefore their restoration must be a priority to mitigate
Estimations from climate change scenarios for Chile include
increasing temperature, decreasing rainfall in the
center-south and possible increases in farthest areas, and
changes in glaciers surface area. These scenarios imply
increasing extreme weather events and decreasing water
availability, having significant impact on ecosystems,
population and productive activities. In order to cope with
this impact, adaptation measures are required across sectors.
The implementation of these measures must be focused on
institutional improvements, design of resilient
infrastructure, protection of ecosystems and less vulnerable
The world is facing an unprecedented process of urbanization,
which in Chile is particularly evident, with 90% of Chileans
living in cities. The large size of cities makes them
extremely complex, but trends of weak sustainability are seen
in medium-sized and small settlements as well.
Cities contribute to climate change through the use of energy
for transport, construction, housing operations and production
processes, and are therefore vulnerable to the impacts of
On the other hand, local mitigation actions by the cities have
the potential for an immediate impact which, when added
together, can create global effects and local co-benefits such
as reduced air
With regard to adaptation, it is key for local and regional
governments to integrate climate risks into their urban
planning and management processes, in conjunction with the
general public and service companies.
Renewable energies are of the utmost importance for achieving
sustainable development and for Chile’s ambition to be
carbon neutral by mid-century, as they do not generate direct greenhouse
gases emissions (unlike fossil
Chile has accomplished a rapid conversion to renewable
energies without the need for direct subsidies. In fact, Chile
leads Bloomberg’s Climatescope 2018 ranking as the most
attractive country for the development of clean energies (out
of a total of 103 emerging markets). Despite this, we are
currently tapping only about 12 GW of our renewable energy
potential, which exceeds 1,800 GW
The fundamental principle of the circular economy is using
waste as raw material for other products, drastically reducing
both waste generation and the extraction of new and raw
In February 2019, Chile passed a law banning the commercial
use of plastic
bags throughout the country. In addition, in 2016 the
waste management framework law was passed, as well as extended
producer responsibility and the promotion of recycling.
The country has a seal of circularity and initiatives aimed at
reducing the use of plastic are being developed, such as the
Mobility in cities is a major source of greenhouse gases
emissions, as well as many other externalities. To reduce
them, we must think about urban planning aiming at shorter
distances, prioritizing non-motorized modes and promoting
With regard to the latter point, electromobility
represents a great opportunity if it goes along with renewable
power generation. And it is especially attractive if the
effort is focused on buses and urban trains. Santiago is
moving forward decisively in this direction, extending its
Metro network and implementing the world’s largest fleet of
electric buses outside China.
TODAY 14 AUGUST 2019 - Climate
change activist Greta
Thunberg sets sail for New York in
the 60ft Malizia II yacht from Mayflower Marina, on August 14,
2019 in Plymouth,
England. The Swedish activist Greta
Thunberg began her journey to the
United States today for the United
Conference. Her mode of
travel is fitting for someone who’s climate conscious:
She’s arriving in an eco-friendly boat propelled by the
wind, with solar panels and wind turbines to power the
instruments and other boat equipment.
The Cerrillos Bicentennial Park has approximately 30 gross hectares + 10 net hectares for a capacity of 25,000 people. This site is the former international airport of Santiago and has tremendous potential: Excellent connectivity, location and size to have a World Class Event Center.
The Venue of COP25 will guide visitors to the heart of the summit, taking the official delegates to the Blue Zone and the rest of the public to the Green Zone.
• Blue zone: area of the conference where the negotiations take place
• Green zone: area in which activities parallel to the conference take place, different from the negotiation processes
In this last sector, Chileans will participate in this unique citizen event thanks to the public-private partnership, to show the country's innovation and commitment to climate change.
The Santiago Arturo Merino Benitez / Nuevo Pudahuel International Airport is 20 minutes from downtown capital.
The RED, The Metropolitan Mobility Network, the public transportation system of Santiago, integrates fares to the buses, the Metro and the MetroTren Nos, facilitating the trips of the attendees. These three modes are paid through a single means of payment: the card beep!
More info: www.red.cl For more information about the Santiago Metro, enter here
TIMES DECEMBER 5 2018 - Climate crusading schoolgirl Greta
Thunberg pleads next generation's case -
KATOWICE (AFP) - By the time 15-year-old Greta Thunberg is 45,
tens of millions of people are expected to have fled their
homes as climate
change unleashes a maelstrom of extreme weather, crop
failures and devastating forest fires.
Although it is her parent's generation and those before who
have made climate change possible, it is the billions of young
people like her who will bear its brunt. And she has had
"It's us who are going to live in this world. If I live
to be 100 I will be alive in 2103 and that is a long time in
the future," she told AFP at the COP24 climate talks.
"We will have to live with the mess that older
generations have made. We will have to clean it up for them.
That is not fair."
Greta has become a leading name in the growing campaign from
youth across the planet, pleading to lawmakers and
corporations to slash greenhouse gas emissions and avert
runaway global warming. Officials from nearly 200 nations are at a UN climate summit
in Poland trying to agree on a rulebook that will make good on
the pledges they made under the 2015 Paris
That treaty aims to limit global temperature rises to well
below 2 deg C and beneath the safer threshold of 1.5 deg C if
at all possible.
But with just 1 deg C of warming so far, Earth is already
being buffeted by superstorms, droughts and flooding made
worse by rising seas. And the World Bank has warned that if action is not taken by
world governments, 143 million "climate migrants"
will be displaced by 2050.
Greta and her actor father Svante are at the COP24 talks in
the Polish mining city of Katowice to call on lawmakers to act
now for the good of future
generations. And they want everyone else to do their bit.
After learning about the impacts of people's carbon emissions,
Greta insisted that her family become vegan and give up
"For me none of this is sacrifice, I don't need those
things," she said. "I understand that some people
see it as sacrifice. People don't want to stop flying but it's
just something we have to do. There's no other option."
Foreigners who wish to visit Chile, must obtain a tourist visa for recreation or similar purposes. This visa is granted to foreigners who intend to travel to Chile for a specific period for recreation or similar purposes. The nationals of the countries with which Chile maintains a Tourist Visa Exemption Agreement are exempted. Check if your country requires a Tourism Visa (VISTUR) in the Visa and Tariff Schedule (In the process of being updated).
Who is it for?
Foreigners who enter the country for recreational, sports, health, studies, business, family, religious or other similar purposes, without immigration purpose, permanent residence or the development of remunerated activities will be considered tourists.
What do I need to do the procedure?
Present a passport issued by the corresponding authority of the country of origin, valid for longer than the visa application deadline. Four passport-size photographs without a caption or RUT Proof of economic solvency during your stay in Chile Letter of invitation from a natural person or a company in Chile Hotel reservations when you do not have a contact person in Chile.
• Compliance with these requirements does not compromise the granting of the visa.
• During the processing of the visa application may require the presentation of additional background.
What is the validity?
The maximum term is 90 days, however, it will depend on the country. For more details, see the maximum.
To enter Chile as a tourist you have to take into account the following:
Those from countries with diplomatic relations with Chile
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).
– Tourists from Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay, Paraguay and Peru can enter with their ID cards or equivalent documents.
– The International Police Office provides a duplicate form called "Tourism Card" when entering Chile. This card is personal and non-transferable and its duration is 90 days, extendable for another 90 days. The copy must remain in the tourist's possession for the duration of their stay in the country and must be presented to the International Police upon leaving Chile.
The extension of validity of the Tourism Card is requested in the Immigration Office of the government closest to your place of stay and if you are in the city of Santiago, the Office of Public Assistance of this Department, located on Matucana Street 1223, Santiago.
– To enter Chile as a tourist, you must prove economic solvency.
THUNBERG - is a Swedish climate activist. At the COP24
climate talks in Poland, Decembel 2018, Miss Thunberg
addressed the Secretary-General of the United
Nations. She received a standing ovation for one of her
talks. She is behind the global school strike created to call
attention to climate
change. She is a rebel. With a cause. Thunberg is 15 and
autistic and the newest, youngest and most powerful voice on
the world stage demanding the world address global
warming. Go Greta!
THERE HAVE BEEN ANY REAL AND MEASURABLE PROGRESS IN 2019 ?
is the burning question. We owe it to our children to put the
brakes on the uncontrolled use of fossil
fuels. All over the world schools
are experiencing strike action in protest at the inaction of
Nations members to get their act together. We need to turn
the ship and we have a very small rudder. When the captain of
spotted the iceberg that sank the White Star Line's most
famous ship, he tried to avoid the giant floating ice cube by
putting the rudder hard over and reversing the
the ship could not turn in time to avoid a collision.
Thunberg sent the United
Nations a clear message in December 2018, how much
progress will have been made by the Parties. Wil we have a
bigger rudder than the Titanic,
or will planet earth crash and burn. Since the inception of
the COP talks, there has been very little action and a lot of
the while we have playground bullies like Donald
Trump and Vladimir
Putin, the world is in danger. Russia
and the USA need to grow up and stop beating up the countries
that cannot afford to defend themselves. Climate
Criminals like these two super powers need to look long
and hard at China,
where they use coal
for energy, but have agreed to a call to action and are
building solar and wind farms like there is no tomorrow.
IS COP ?
- The United Nations Framework Convention (UNFCCC) is the international response to climate change. . It is a treaty that establishes the basic obligations of the 196 Parties (States) plus the European Union to combat climate change. It was signed at the Earth Summit in 1992 and came into force in 1994. Chile joined that year.
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 where other instruments that support the implementation of the Convention are proposed, evaluated and approved.
The first COP was held in Berlin in 1995. To date, 24 COPs have been held, the last one in Katowice, Poland, in December 2018.
The COP Presidency is rotating in the following 5 regions of the United Nations: Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Western Europe and Latin America and the Caribbean. Now it's Chile's turn.
Chile is responsible for only 0.25% of global emissions, however,
their country is very vulnerable to climate change. They comply with 7 of the 9 conditions of vulnerability, which places
them 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.
Conditions of vulnerability that Chile presents:
1. Low coastal areas
2. Forest areas exposed to forest deterioration
3. Areas prone to natural disasters
4. Areas exposed to drought and desertification
5. Areas of high urban atmospheric pollution
6. To have zones of mountainous ecosystems
7. To be a country whose economy depends to a great extent on the income generated by the production, processing and export of
fossil fuels and associated products of intensive energy, or their consumption.
The only two criterias that Chile doesn’t have are: being an island or a landlocked country and countries of transit.
On the other hand,
they have 8 years of a great drought that has affected 70% of
their population; serious forest fires consuming more than 500 thousand hectares and destroying 17% of
their native forest; Shocking floods have devastated entire cities such as Chañaral; Hailstorms in summer have strongly impacted the production of fruits such as blueberries, cherries, kiwis and table grapes in the sixth and seventh regions.
This reality does not admit double interpretation. Only a more determined climate action can change
their destiny. Chile is a world reference for the seriousness and responsibility with which it assumes the commitments acquired.
In the last COP24,
they delivered their 3rd Biennial Update Report on Climate Change that contains all
their emissions inventory from 1990 to 2016. They were the first developing country to deliver this report and also to do so in the corresponding year (2018).
The presentation of this Report will allow
them to not only to evaluate the effectiveness of the measures taken, but also is a fundamental pillar to define future climate change policies. This report is a clear and forceful reflection of Chile's commitment in terms of
transparency and management of its emissions to move towards emissions neutrality,
a key to sustainable
1) In 2016, the balance of the Forestry sector captured 65 million tCO2eq, increasing its sink status (GHG collector) by 30.8% since 1990, but decreasing it by 8.9% since 2013 (mainly due to
2) Countries belonging to the OECD have an average of 9.2 tons of CO2 per person, while the global average of CO2 emissions per person is 4.4 tons. We see that the greater the development, the greater the GHG emissions. Our country surpasses that figure by very little, with 4.7 tons of CO2 per person. Therefore, we must strive to decouple, on the one hand, development, and on the other, the emission of greenhouse gases. That is our goal.
3) Regarding the intensity indicators of
greenhouse gas emissions by gross domestic product, this was 0.93 tons of CO2 equivalent, decreasing by 10% since 2007.
The reduction of Chile's emissions indicator shows that the country has been able to generate growth without necessarily increasing its emissions equally. This reinforces the conviction of the government of President Piñera, that there is no real development, if this is not sustainable.
Between 2014 and 2018 we doubled the generation with renewable energies from 10% to 20%, fulfilling in advance the goal of generation with unconventional energies from 20% to 2025. The goal to the year 2050 is to have 70% of clean generation.
Chile firmly believes that the scientific approach is key to further progress and that accurate and
transparent data is essential to achieve effective climate action.
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Protocol" (CMP); also parties to the Convention that are not parties to the Protocol can participate in Protocol-related meetings as observers. From 2011 the meetings have also been used to negotiate the
Paris Agreement as part of the Durban platform activities until its conclusion in 2015, which created a general path towards climate action. The first UN Climate Change Conference was held in 1995 in Berlin.
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