Friendly with the environment
We generate light autonomously
We separate garbage in organic
Purchase of supplies to the local community
Electric buses to transfer visitors, a recycling center, working together with tour operators and local inhabitants, in addition to energy efficiency are some of the measures that the project “Development of a management model for a zero emission tourism operation in the Protected Wild Areas ”seeks to implement in the Conguillío National Park, which was chosen as a pilot to implement this strategy that is a future awaiting the sea replicated in other protected areas of the country.
There is no doubt that in recent years the need to migrate towards more sustainable systems and projects has become increasingly noticeable. It is in this context that the consulting firm TKO Consultores and EBP designed the project “Development of a management model for a zero-emission tourism operation in the Protected Wild Areas”, with the objective of creating the first 100% sustainable protected area in Chile.
The idea is to generate a zero emission management model that is based on a pilot program that sensitizes and incorporates communities to promote decentralized and participatory energy generation, boosting energy and infrastructure efficiency, and incorporating renewable energy resources in the Areas Wild Protected (ASP).