Havana, Oct 20.- The adaptation of roadways to the impact of climate change and mitigation of their negative effects will be discussed at the International Seminar on Roads Cuba 2017, MICONS reported today.
The Hague, Oct 16.- Ahmet Uzumcu, Director-General of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), has received today Fernando Gonzalez Bermudez, Cuban Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA), who is visiting this city.
Havana, Oct 16.- Cuban authorities are constantly concerned about an appropriate result between environmental protection and the exploitation of protected areas in favor of nature and adventure tourism.
Santiago de Chile, Oct 11.- The Minister of the Environment of Chile, Marcelo Mena, and the ambassador of the European Union (EU) Zervoudaki here, Stella, today inaugurated the regional meeting of Euroclima with 18 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.
Hurricane Maria has continued its trail of destruction in the Caribbean with Puerto Rico the latest island to feel the force of the storm’s 155mph winds.
The Category Four storm, which claimed the lives of seven people on neighboring Dominica and two on the French island of Guadeloupe, made landfall near the city of Yabucoa on Wednesday morning, forcing at least 11,000 people into shelters.
Holguin, Cuba, Sep 20.- The Cuban province of Holguín is ready to host from September 26 to 30 the 11th edition of the International Nature Tourism Event (TURNAT 2017), which will have this time the city of Baracoa, in Guantanamo, as its other venue.
San Juan, Sep 18.- Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo Rosello declared this country in state of emergency today due to the Hurricane Maria, which is expected to be ''more devastating than Irma''.
Havana, Sep 15 .- Specialists from the Cuban Institute of Meteorology are following closely the path of a new tropical depression, the 14th such storm in the current hurricane season, which is moving in the west of the eastern Atlantic.
Havana, Sep 13.- Experts are evaluating the damage caused by the devastating Hurricane Irma to biodiversity during its passage through Cuba, confirmed the president of the Environment Agency, Maritza Garcia.
Camagüey, Sep 9.- As Irma, again hurricane category 4 on the Saffir-Simpson scale, it departs from Camagüey, the strong winds that have whipped since last night to the province, begin to decrease.