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at Chiloe Island
Chiloe is people, culture and heritage
but also is a growing area of the country experiencing lots of infrastructure projects and public services upgrades.
It provides a blending of great sights and wild nature as well as a magnificent opportunity to develop tourism and eco-friendly businesses
Some of the most important infrastructure projects
Chacao Channel bridge is the next generation project and a breakthrough in connectivity between the Island and the Continent at an investment cost of nearly US$ 800 million. Likewise, Chiloe Master Plan with more than 10 projects in charge of improving the connectivity of the Island considers upgrading existing highways and development of new ones connecting major towns. Expanding the capacity of the new Airport is another project with a US$10 million in investment costs will certainly be another booster to the local economy. A new US$10 million Universidad de Los Lagos's Branch will be a major step into enhancing educational services in the Island thanks to the construction of a new academic building in Castro City.
Eco-Business & Investing News
Here’s Who Owns the Most Land in America The 100 largest private landowners in the U.S. own 40 million acres—an area the size of Florida.
Empress trees mature several times faster than your average oak or pine and absorb about 103 tons of carbon a year per acre.
The country’s scientists lead the world in monitoring deforestation.
Beverage giants Pepsi, Danone and Nestle plan to sell water in recyclable plastic bottles made from lumber scraps.
The fight against climate change requires big ideas. Plural.
A new analysis finds nations could be growing forests where they aren’t, removing millions of tons of carbon from the atmosphere.