New coast law

Cycle of citizen talks: “Problems of the Coquimbo-La Serena coast and the need for a new Coastal Law”

New Coastal Law: Next Wednesday, July 28 at 5:00 p.m. the discussion entitled “Problems of the Coquimbo-La Serena coast and the need for a new Coastal Law” , which is part of our cycle of citizen conversations. This will be directed by the director of the Observatory of the Coast, Dra. Carolina Martinez, with the…

Study on climate change: “Global warming has no comparison in 2,000 years”

The responsibility of the human being in the warming of the atmosphere, the ocean and the soil is “undeniable” concludes the report of the Intergovernmental Group of Experts on Climate Change (IPCC).   The director of the Center for Sustainability and Strategic Resource Management (CiSGER) of the University of Development (UDD), Alexis Godoy, said that…

Factories on the coasts of Quintero

Cycle of talks at the Observatorio de la Costa continues with the Quintero-Puchuncaví case

This Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. the cycle of talks organized by the Observatorio de la Costa will take place. The instance has the support of the organizations Salvemos Quirilluca, the Millennium Institute of Coastal Socio-Ecology, Women in Sacrifice Zones and the Research Center for Integrated Disaster Risk Management. On that occasion, the fourth discussion called…

International Seminar “Towards a new coastal governance in Chile” December 10 and 11, 2020 – Block 4

In the penultimate block of this seminar International Seminar “Towards a new coastal governance in Chile” webinar format, the topic to be discussed focused on “ Ancestral use on the Chilean coast: vision of native peoples “ . Among the guests and panelists we have on this occasion the Dr. Manuel Tironi, academic from the…

Scientists bet on a new law to protect coastal ecosystems and reduce the risk of disaster in those areas

Press release for CODEX Verde. The experts together with senators, and representatives of NGOs and Community Environmental Committees of the Central Coast, propose a regulation that is capable of protecting the marine-coastal ecosystems and promoting a sustainable development of our coast, in accordance with the needs and challenges that adaptation entails. to…

International Seminar “Towards a new coastal governance in Chile” December 10 and 11 – Block 1

On December 10 and 11, 2020, the international seminar “Towards a new coastal governance in Chile” was held, which was constituted as an effort of different academic units of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile, of centers of Excellencies, regional universities, organizations and citizen groups. In addition, this event was established as a key instance…