Chile made great strides in land and sea protections in 2017, expanding the country’s national park system by more than 3.3 million acres.
Chile designated several new #MPAs in 2017, adding a total of 312,734 km² of protected sites within its national waters, the largest of which is the Mar de Juan Fernández Marine and Coastal Protected Area
— Michael Matti (@MichaelMatti) April 26, 2018
Chile made great strides in land and sea protections in 2017, expanding the country’s national park system by ~3.3 million acres. This year, the Parks Network connected 17 national parks. What will 2019 hold? https://t.co/AVoNxo7rZR
— Pew Environment (@pewenvironment) April 8, 2019
#StayHome and take a virtual visit to Pumalín Douglas Tompkins National Park in Chile.
— UN Environment Programme (@UNEP) May 31, 2020
September 4-8 4th International Marine Protected Areas Congress
@IMPAC4_Chile @WCPA_Marine @IUCN_PA
Announcement at #COP13
The writer Luis Sepulveda not only wrote some of his best books about #Patagonia, but he was a strong advocate for its environmental protection.
Read more in this tribute by one of Chile's leading environmentalists, here: https://t.co/5vSALOhSiD pic.twitter.com/kTwgjdcL69
— Patagon Journal (@PatagonJournal) April 18, 2020