Vision and Mission
The ENCCRV (National Strategy for Climate Change and Vegetation Resources) was developed in the spirit of excellence, transparency, and flexibility, taking into consideration the principles of sustainability, technical, cultural and territorial relevance. The Strategy focuses on efficacy, efficiency, participation, decentralization, governance, inclusion, solidarity, gender mainstreaming and cooperation across all levels.
The expectation by 2025 presents the ENCCRV as an institutionalized instrument for public policy promoting environmental payments for vegetation resources, distribution of benefits in relation to climate change adaptation and mitigation activities, capabilities development and combat of desertification, land degradation, and drought.
The ENCCRV aims to obtain measurable, reportable and verifiable results between 2017 and 2025 in the areas of adaptation to climate change and contributions to vegetation resources to reduce vulnerability. Including mitigation released to greenhouse gases reduction and capture.
To reduce social environmental and economic vulnerability generated by climate change, desertification, land degradation, and drought on vegetation resources and the communities which depend on these. Achieving these objectives through the increase of resilience of the ecosystems and contributing to mitigating the effects of climate change promoting the reduction and capture of GHG emissions in Chile.