Concha y Toro, a Chilean winemaker, faces climate risk head-on by taxing its carbon emissions, reducing its water consumption, and maintaining the quality of its grapes. But it can improve by working to mitigate the risks associated with its partners and its logistics.
This essay examines how Chile’s Ministry of Energy is successfully subjecting renewable energy projects to market economics and providing a forum for fair competition and innovation by implementing an auction-driven pricing strategy.
How highway operators are increasing capacity, decreasing costs and increasing revenues at the same time.
How Chile's electronic public procurement portal is helping to more effectively and efficiently deliver citizen services and goods.
Banks are no strangers to change in the era of digital revolution, but have been slow to adapt in the past. This post provides a brief description of how a mid-sized Chilean bank is positioning itself for success in the next decade.
Sáltala – Improving the quality of public services by giving back the waiting time to users
Copper is essential for developing countries. Copper mining also generates substantial amounts of greenhouse gas emissions. Is it fair for developing countries to tax carbon? This article will explore this question through Codelco, the world’s largest copper producer.
The energy industry has long been the target for some of the biggest campaigns for global warming, as well as one of the most regulated industries in this matter. This is mainly because the energy industry is the largest producers of CO2,which is in turn the biggest gas contributor among the greenhouse gases.
Colbún, a power generation company in Chile, is facing this challenges and pushing to be one of the leaders in the country regarding sustainability and climate change control.