Being listed as an emerging economy, Chile is overlooked in regards to international sustainable development efforts. Mainly known for its coastline and the Atacama desert – one of the driest places in the world – it does not catch the center of attention when it comes to nature and agriculture. However, this is a rash conclusion. The country is characterized by an immense diversity of geographical landscapes and precious ecosystems such as the Valdivian Rainforest. Agriculture also plays an important role as almost 10 percent of the country’s labor force is occupied with agricultural activities. Although Chile is categorized as a high-income economy, inequalities and poverty prevail. Poorer parts of society are still widely dependent on farming activities.