Havana, Aug 2.- The formation of tropical cyclones in the Atlantic basin, including the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea, will increase particularly during the second half of August, the Granma newspaper reported today.
Santo Domingo, Villa Clara, Jun 18.–Behind every bottle of Cubay rum produced at the Agustín Rodríguez Mena distillery in this municipality, is a centenary history that includes the best of rum making traditions in Central Cuba – the reason the brand has become one of Cuba’s best-selling spirits around the world.
Havana, Jun 12.- The presence of a flow of moist air associated with the permanence of a trough extended on the south-east of the Gulf of Mexico remain raised the likelihood of rain throughout the Cuban archipelago in the next five days, which could be further increased in western and central regions.
Canberra, Mar 27.- A sun shield' made from an ultra-thin surface film is showing promise as a potential weapon in the fight to protect the Great Barrier Reef from the impacts of coral bleaching.
Quito, March 6.- The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ecuador highlighted the agreement just signed in Costa Rica for Latin America and the Caribbean in environmental matters.
Havana, Jan 31.- The first Renewable Energies Showcase will begin its second day of exhibitions today, when issues related to investments in wind and solar energy, and biomass, as well as other contents on innovative solutions in the area, will be addressed.
Ciego de Avila, Jan 30.- A study on the coral reefs is currently carried out by Cuban experts at the Jardines de la Reina National Park to achieve sustainable management of the coastal ecosystems and solutions to face the climate change.
Tokyo, Jan 23.- The eruption of the Kusatsu-Shirane volcano in Gunma Prefecture in this country, killed a Self-Defense Force member and wounded 11 other people.
Havana, Jan 16.- Cuban experts have estimated an increase in forest fires by 2018, due to the great number of trees brought down and foliage accumulated today on the ground.
Ciego de Ávila, Jan 15.- The forest of the north of Ciego de Avila province, considered among the Cuban best in the Caribbean for excursions and ecotourism, is recovering from the effects of the hurricane Irma caused to its passage by the Province.