Our areas of action are framed in the understanding that Chile and California are very similar geographically, so societies in both places share the same challenges. The stories and experiences provide the knowledge needed for decision-making, and often as a result, we know in advance what works and what does not.
The ongoing dialogue between the Chile California Council and the different stakeholders in the public, private, scientific and community sectors is a source of valuable material that can be useful to learning and development.
Established in 2011, the Chile-California Council (CCC) is a bi-national 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, headquartered in San Francisco that promotes mutually beneficial relationships and the exchange of knowledge between Chile and California in the public and private sectors.
We coordinate and promote networks, content and actions for the mutual benefit of Chile and California
What do we do?
We transfer knowledge
Chile and California are considered to be trans-hemispheric twins. So, important lessons abound that must be used to mutual benefit. We facilitate the transfer of knowledge in the following areas of action:
The CCC is a neutral organization that acts as a natural link between the public and private sectors of Chile and California. That places us in a unique position to foster collaboration towards a more sustainable and equitable future.