Native plant reforestation on the shores of Lleulleu Lake begins
In the Region of Biobío, 14 families that live around Lleulleu Lake also work in other areas, helping improve their quality of life.
The Ruil Rises from the Ashes
After the 2017 megafires in Maule, the ruil, a tree species that only grows in the coastal area of that region, was seriously affected by the fire in 80% of its specimens. Over the past four years, CMPC has worked on its restoration.
Carahue Navigable River Route: from biodiversity to recovered history
Viewing unique and astounding landscapes, listening to historic tales and learning about the Mapuche culture in a ruca [traditional Mapuche house] alongside one of the most amazing wetlands in the country. All of this is part of the Carahue Navigable River Route.
Espacio Fibra Local, valuing hand-made work
This space has been physically operating in Temuco in the Region of La Araucanía and online for all of Chile for a year now, displaying the products of more than 30 local entrepreneurs.
The children of the last Toromiro
The last specimen of Toromiro that grew wild in Rapa Nui was cut from the inner slope of the Rano Kau volcano in 1960. After being felled, this tree was declared extinct in the wild. However, in 2006 six more specimen of this last tree donated by the Viña del Mar botanical garden made their way to CMPC so that the company could help the conservation effort around this plant and reintroduce it to the island. The dream could become reality this year.