Chile

National Policy of Land Management (PNOT)

Executive
Policy
Passed in 2021
This policy was prepared in 2019 and approved by a ministerial decree published in July 2021. 

Objective 1.2 of the policy is to promote the occupation and development of the territory in a safe and resilient way that contributes to disaster risk reduction and adaptation to climate change.

Guideline 1.2.c states that management tools and mechanisms in land use planning that reduce disaster risk, increase resilience and consider adaptation to climate change by human settlements and strategic infrastructure must be considered. 

Guideline 1.2.d commands to incorporate the functions of natural systems as tools for mitigating threats and adapting to climate change, in order to reduce the risk of disasters that may affect the lives and health of people, infrastructure, services, or the environment.

Guideline 3.1.d promotes public and private investment in all types of infrastructure, and the generation of knowledge that contributes to the sustainable use of critical natural resources, such as water, renewable energies and soils.

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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