Radio Cadena Agramonte
Monday, June 18, 2018

Sc. & Envt.


  • Cuba Gives Priority to Increasing its Forest Areas

    Cuba Gives Priority to Increasing its Forest Areas

    By Lino Luben Perez/ACN Technicians and specialists from Cuban institutions are putting into practice a program for increasing its forest areas up to 3.2 billion hectares, which represents 29.3 per cent of the national territory. During a session in Santiago de Chile, the United Nations Food and…
  • UN Worried about Drought, Desertification, Soils

    UN Worried about Drought, Desertification, Soils

    United Nations, Sep 20.- Desertification, soil degradation and drought will be debated at a high-level meeting convened by the UN, as part of the General Assembly works. Those problems were shown by the UN as a global affair, because they affect all regions of the planet, especially the so-called…
  • Cuba, An Exceptional Ecological Place

    Cuba, An Exceptional Ecological Place

    By Lino Luben Pérez

    The Cuban archipelago is characterized by its large scale ecological diversity including the richness of its natural resources that determine the high level of exclusivity of its flora and fauna.

  • Caribbean Biological Corridor against Climate Change

    Caribbean Biological Corridor against Climate Change

    By Lino Luben Perez / ACN.

    The Haitian, Cuban and Dominican Environment Ministers agreed in 2007 to create a Biological Corridor in the Caribbean to face climate change, which is affecting the whole region, but mostly the Haitian nation.

  • Chemistry, a Science under Constant Renovation and Study

    Chemistry, a Science under Constant Renovation and Study

    By Daymaris Taboada Moreno / Radio Cadena Agramonte.taboada@rcagramonte.icrt.cuIt is impossible to conceive agriculture without insecticides or fertilizers, surgery without anesthesia and motorcars without gasoline and oils in the times in which we live. With the prodigious development that human…
  • Is 10 Years Enough to Preserve Biodiversity?

    Is 10 Years Enough to Preserve Biodiversity?

    By Lino Lubén Pérez New initiative: the objectives for Latin America of the Decade of the UN on Biodiversity, related to the world body for Deserts and the Fight against Desertification was presented in Cuba.   It was presented on Monday during the inaugural session of the 8th International Co…
  • Highly Vigilant and Prepared in Cuba in the Face of 2011 Hurricane Season

    Highly Vigilant and Prepared in Cuba in the Face of 2011 Hurricane Season

    By Oscar González Vázquez / Radio Cadena Agramonte.
    oscar@rcagramonte.icrt.cu

    The hurricane season began officially in Cuba last June 1 and will run up dangerously to November 30.

    Both dates mark a period of time in which the likelihood of storm formation increases, though statistics reveal that – because of its geographic location and extreme climate changes - Cuba can be affected at other times of the year.

  • Highly Vigilant and Prepared in Cuba in the Face of 2011 Hurricane Season

    Highly Vigilant and Prepared in Cuba in the Face of 2011 Hurricane Season

    By Oscar González Vázquez / Radio Cadena Agramonte.
    oscar@rcagramonte.icrt.cu

    The hurricane season began officially in Cuba last June 1 and will run up dangerously to November 30.

  • Preserving the Environment in Camagüey in Pursuit of Greatest Undertakings

    Preserving the Environment in Camagüey in Pursuit of Greatest Undertakings

    By Oscar González Vázquez/Radio Cadena Agramonte.rcadigital@rcagramonte.icrt.cu When tomorrow, the attention of Cuba will be focused on the plains of Camagüey province, it will be a public acknowledgment to the systematic and hard work of the province which will be holding the national event mark…
  • Camagüey Province, Special Venue for the Holding of the World Environment Day

    Camagüey Province, Special Venue for the Holding of the World Environment Day

    By Gretta Espinosa Clemente/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.

    Bathed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean on the north and the Caribbean Sea on the south, Camagüey rises up in the eastern-center portion of Cuba. To the north it borders a true natural gem known as Cayo Sabinal, to the south the Jardines de la Reina crowns its coastline, forming a bunch of isles and cays.