What do we do?

We promote mutually beneficial relationships and the exchange of knowledge

Chile and California are considered “twins” because they share geographic, climatic, economic, and historical similarities. Therefore, important lessons abound that must be used to mutual benefit of both territories and the planet.


How do we do it?

We facilitate the transfer of knowledge and mutually beneficial relationships through a holistic agenda based on miscellaneous programs and initiatives, in key action areas for the sustainable development of Chile and California.

CCC Programs

Why do we do it?

Given the remarkable geographic similarities between Chile and California and the neutral nature of the CCC, which acts as a natural link between the public and private sectors of both territories, we are in a unique position to foster collaboration towards a more sustainable and equitable future.

Operationally structured to build networks in order to share knowledge in a systematic and long-term way.

How do we achieve our purpose?

We use three different channels to achieve our goal:



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