Radio Cadena Agramonte
Thursday, December 14, 2017

Sc. & Envt.


  • Netherlands Hosts Global Centre to Tackle Climate Change

    Netherlands Hosts Global Centre to Tackle Climate Change

    Amsterdam, Feb 8.- The Dutch government announced today the signing of a joint agreement with Japan and the United Nations to create the Global Centre of Excellence on Climate Adaptation in the European country.

  • Extreme drought creates concern in Guantanamo, Cuba

    Extreme drought creates concern in Guantanamo, Cuba

    Guantanamo, Cuba, Feb 7.- The decrease in the level of several reservoirs, due to the intense drought that strikes the western part of Guantánamo province, forces a new strategy in the distribution of water to the inhabitants of the provincial capital, Cuba´s sixth most populated city.

  • Cuban Medical Brigade Celebrates 11 Years in Bolivia

    Cuban Medical Brigade Celebrates 11 Years in Bolivia

    La Paz, Feb 2.- The Cuban medical brigade celebrates 11 years of presence in Bolivia with the satisfaction of having served more than 65 million patients, affirmed the chief of assistance of the doctors, Alina Ochoa.

  • Cuban Youths launch Internet website

    Cuban Youths launch Internet website

    Havana, Cuba, Feb 1.- In an effort to have their own space for debate and to share criteria on Cuban society, the Cuban youths have launched a blog which is part of actions to celebrate the 55th anniversary of the Cuban Young Communist League.

  • Cuba to Celebrate World Wetlands Day

    Cuba to Celebrate World Wetlands Day

    Havana, Jan 31.- The Cuban Botanical Society (SCB) and the Environmental Agency (AMA) announced the celebration of the World Wetlands Day with activities dedicated to the conservation of mangroves.

  • Emergency measures taken in Santiago de Cuba due to drought

    Emergency measures taken in Santiago de Cuba due to drought

    Havana, Cuba, Jan 26.- The representative of the National Hydraulic Resources Institute, Janet Triana talked about the current drought and actions to cover the water supply to the population in the province of Santiago de Cuba.

  • Tasting at Dranguet House in Cuba to Know More about Coffee

    Tasting at Dranguet House in Cuba to Know More about Coffee

    Santiago de Cuba, Jan 25.- A tasting that favored greater knowledge about coffee, a thousand-year-old beverage, was held at the Dranguet House by the French expert Jean Christophe Galland, as part of the ongoing international project in this city to keep that legacy alive.

  • US, European Cardiologists at Havana Vascular Disease Workshop

    US, European Cardiologists at Havana Vascular Disease Workshop

    Havana, Jan 20.- Over 250 specialists from USA, United Kingdom, Italy and Cuba will be attending the International Workshop on Pulmonary Vascular Disease next Monday, the Publi Health Ministry reported.

  • An accelerometer network to be installed in Santiago de Cuba

    An accelerometer network to be installed in Santiago de Cuba

    Havana,,Cuba, Jan 19.- The first accelerometer network, important tool for the Civil Defense, will be installed in the eastern city of Santiago de Cuba as part of the cooperation efforts of the Republic of China with the National Seismology Research Center in that part of the country.

  • Eastern Cubans wake up at strong tremor, No victims

    Eastern Cubans wake up at strong tremor, No victims

    Havana, Cuba, Jan 17.- The earth shook under the feet of Cubans in the eastern part of the island overnight Tuesday in what some described as a very strong tremor, a 5.5 magnitude quake in the Richter scale, which left no human victims or property damage.