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.
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.
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.
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.
Camagüey, Oct. 4 - The main environmental problems affecting the Máximo River in this province were addressed today by authorities of the Institute of Hydraulic Resources (INRH), during a working visit of the Watershed National Council .
Camagüey, Oct. 2.- Young peolple in the province contribute to mitigating the effects of climate change and get inserted in the Latiendo en verde campaign that supports the efforts led by the provincial delegation of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment through the Tarea Vida.
Miami, September 30 - Hurricane Lorenzo intensified into a Category 5 hurricane over the weekend, smashing a record for the easternmost Atlantic hurricane to attain such a strong intensity, and poses a danger to the Azores later this week.
Camagüey, Sept. 19 - Workers from the Biofrábrica company, producer and marketer of seeds, are committed to producing pests and diseases-free plants in order to diversify local agriculture.
Camagüey, Sept. 17 – Aiming at presrving environmental sanitation, youths from Camaguey will lead the 60th issue of the provincial exhibition Forjadores del Futuro next 18 and 19 September at the city.
United Nations, Sep 16 - The UN Secretary General, António Guterres, has advocated on Saturday to investing in resilience and adaptation in the Caribbean, a region that already feels the effects of climate change, as hurricane Dorian shows.