The government created the Green Productive Development Plan through the publication of Resolution 352/2021 in the Official Gazette. The regulation specifies that the plan will aim to "promote the active incorporation of the environmental dimension in the expansion of the productive matrix, job creation, territorial integration, improved productivity and export development". To this end, the initiative will promote product differentiation through innovation, eco-design and the green economy to improve access to dynamic markets. It will also favour circular production processes, the gradual reduction and replacement of virgin raw materials and the reuse of disused materials. In addition, it will promote the use of renewable energies and the production of national equipment for their use. The Plan will have a projected investment of more than $ 10 billion through different technical and financial support tools for environmental technological improvement.