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Implementing National Climate Policies Through Subnational Climate Action in Chile

Case Summary: 

Over the past years Chile introduced two innovative solutions to coordinate subnational action to adapt to climate change: Regional Committees on Climate Change (CORECCs for their acronym in Spanish) and regional GHG inventories.

The CORECCs have been developed in the context of Chile’s National Action Plan on Climate Change 2017-2022. They are chaired by the regional governor and involve public entities (regional representativesof ministries, regional councils, and municipalities) as well as businesses, citizens, NGOs and academia. To this date (May 2018), 14 out of 15 regions in Chile have already established a CORECC. It is expected that the committees will play a key role in building a bridge between a climate change perspective and regional development plans, regional climate finance and local implementation.The regional GHG inventories have been developed in the context of the biennial update of the National System of GHG Inventories (Spanish acronym: SNIGEI). After identifying relevant sectoral proxies for the disaggregation of the national inventory into regional estimates, the 2016 Biennial

Update Report and Third National Communication of Chile to the UNFCCC presented the 1990-2013 series of regional inventories for Chile, an effort that is expected to continue in the following biennial updates.

Country 
Chile
Action Area 
Mitigation
Barriers overcome 
Capacity, Financial, Information, Political
Source 
Global Good Practice Analysis (GIZ UNDP)
Language 
English