Chile's environment ministry (MMA) is a government agency with the primary responsibilities of designing, regulating, planning and applying the country's environmental policies and programs. It is also committed to protecting and preserving renewable natural resources, including local biodiversity and water resources, and promoting sustainable development in Chile. Created by an amendment to the country's environmental framework law in October 2010, the ministry -- along with a national environmental evaluation service and an independent environmental watchdog -- absorbed the national environmental authority Conama and assumed its duties.
Ministerio del Medio Ambiente
San Martín #73, Santiago, Región Metropolitana, Chile