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Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Sc. & Envt. / Environment


  • Banco de Crédito y Comercio in Camagüey has new offers for clients

    Banco de Crédito y Comercio in Camagüey has new offers for clients

    Camagüey, Mar 6.- In order to stimulate electronic commerce and the use of magnetic cards, the Bank of Credit and Commerce (BANDEC) implements bonuses, a new version of the Transfermóvil app and the opening of accounts outside the branches.

  • One hundred new garbage containers promote city cleanliness

    One hundred new garbage containers promote city cleanliness

    Camagüey, Feb. 13 - About one hundred new containers for depositing solid waste were located in several areas of the popular San Juan de Dios neighborhood, in this city, in order to preserve the hygiene and beauty of the city.

  • Cuban specialists track seismic activity in the Caribbean

    Cuban specialists track seismic activity in the Caribbean

    Santiago de Cuba, Jan. 11 - Cuban seismologists are very attentive to the situation in Puerto Rico, where on Tuesday, a 6.4 magnitude tremor occurred in the southwest area, preceded by hundreds of premonitory events.

  • 2019 ranks as the second hottest year in history

    2019 ranks as the second hottest year in history

    London, Jan. 10 - 2019 was the fifth in a series of exceptionally hot years and the second warmest in history on a world scale, the Copernicus Climate Change Service demonstrates in a report.

  • Temperature in Cuba in 2019 was the highest since 1951

    Temperature in Cuba in 2019 was the highest since 1951

    Havana, Jan. 8 - In 2019, the average annual temperature in Cuba was the highest since 1951, when the figure of 1.1 Celsius was reported above the average for the period 1961-1990, announced the Institute of Meteorology.

  • Cuba reiterates at COP25 its willingness to combat climate change

    Cuba reiterates at COP25 its willingness to combat climate change

    Madrid, Dec. 12- Cuba reiterated on Wednesday its commitment to global efforts to address climate change, but made clear the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities, which should not be forgotten by developing countries in the current context.

  • Montreal Protocol mitigated global warming

    Montreal Protocol mitigated global warming

    Canberra, Dec. 11-  The 1987 Montreal Protocol, which banned substances that deplete the ozone layer, mitigated the global warming process the planet is currently experiencing, says a study by the Australian University of New South Wales.

  • Botanical Park in Camagüey promotes environmental culture

    Botanical Park in Camagüey promotes environmental culture

    Camagüey, Nov. 14.- Endemic and endangered exotic species of the Sabana-Camagüey archipelago, the second largest in Cuba, are preserved in the Botanical Park of this city, in operation for more than four years, with the commitment to conserve valuable natural resources in the area and promote environmental culture.

  • Cuba and France sign agreement to protect the environment

    Cuba and France sign agreement to protect the environment

    Havana, November 8 (RHC)-- Cuba and France signed a memorandum of understanding, an instrument that allows financing for the implementation of commitments on adaptation to climate change, reflected in the “Life Task”, the National Program for the implementation of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

  • New agreement seeks to support wind power development in Southeast As

    New agreement seeks to support wind power development in Southeast As

    Singapore, Nov 1 - The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) signed three agreements here to support the growth of this form of generation in Southeast Asia, a report available on its website reported today.