Chile promulgates climate change law

"We have to be the first to get on this car and, from Chile, lead this process in the world," said Chilean President Gabriel Boric.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Chilean President Gabriel Boric enacted the Climate Change Framework Law on Sunday and highlighted the leadership that Chile can carry out in terms of renewable energy and ocean protection within the framework of the celebration of World Environment Day.

"The world needs Chile for the tremendous potential that it has in relation to unconventional renewable energies, for its coastline, for copper, lithium, electromobility," said the president in promulgating the law that establishes the need to reduce emissions and sets the objective of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050, something that the young president wants to be fulfilled . . .

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