Rome, Oct 1. -FAO Director-General Jose Graziano da Silva has highlighted the importance to advance Agenda 2030 from a turning point in agriculture and the food production system.
Jakarta, Sep 29. -The death toll after the earthquake and the tsunami that hit the Indonesian island of Celebes on Friday has increased to 384, the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) reported on Saturday.
Havana, Sep 22. -During last night, a strong tropical wave in the Atlantic East of the Lesser Antilles Arc continued to gain in organization and became the tropical depression number 11 of the current hurricane season.
Washington, Sep 20. - After a month in orbit, NASA's Parker Solar Probe sent the first images of its approach to the sun, as proof of the reliability of its instruments, NASA highlights today.
Kingston, Sep 15. - Jamaica's emergency response agencies are on alert today due to the heavy rains that await the passage of Tropical Storm Isaac.
Havana, Sep 13. Tropical Storm Isaac is now coming closer to the Lesser Antilles with sustained maximum winds of 75 kilometers per hour and higher gusts, according to the Cuban Institute of Meteorology.
United Nations, Ag 27. - The General Secretary of the UN, AntónioGuterres, alerted that the climate change is also an emergency of Public Health that is waitedto cause 250 thousand additional deaths every year between 2030 and 2050.
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.