The World Economic Forum is helping CEOs and ministers work together on policies that help to support women in work and further close the gender pay gap in their countries.
Electives in Chile have picked Elisa Loncon, a Santiago university professor and indigenous Mapuche woman, to lead the rewriting of their constitution.
Researchers are concerned that large-scale harvesting of kelp forests could have significant impacts, as they are an essential part of marine biodiversity.
Latin America and the Caribbean have seen over 100,000 deaths from coronavirus and accounts of 25% of global cases. The GDP loss for the region totals 9.4% in 2020.
Post-crisis winners will be governments that move quickly to attract foreign investors once economies reopen, rather than remain over-cautious.
Chile joins Peru as the second country in Latin America where street sexual harassment has a legal definition making it a specific crime.
It is a myth that socially responsible pension investments and decent returns are mutually exclusive.
To solve Santiago’s smog problem, Chile is rolling out electric scooters, cars and taxis, as well as lorries for use in the mining industry.
Chile's pensions system is one of the most sustainable in the world, but it scores less highly on measures of adequacy. The government is proposing reforms to address this, and close the ...
The country's senate has pased a bill to ban the use of plastic bags in stores.
After wildfires ravaged the region, Chilean authorities needed a way to plant seeds in millions of acres of land -and they found a unique one in the form of 3 dogs.
Chilean president Michelle Bachelet has announced the major expansion of parklands that will preserve the rainforests and grasslands in the area.