Basseterre, Sep 4.- The Caribbean islands prepare for coming hurricane Irma, storm category three in the Saffir-Simpson scale, expected to begin lashing the region on Tuesday, reported local authorities.
Havana, Cuba, Sept 1st.- Irma is an intense hurricane that has quickly intensified in the Atlantic Ocean, reported the Meteorology Institute in its Tropical Storm Advisory Report number 4.
Havana, July 6.- Experts from the Institute of Tropical Geography (IGT) of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (Citma), lead a project to create the environmental information system of Cuba 2017-2021, reported today Granma newspaper.
Havana, July 3.- Delegates from over 25 countries, together with ministers, vice ministers, academics and representatives of international organizations, will participate in the 11th International Convention on Environment and Development, which opens today in the Havana International Conference Center, and will session through this Friday, July 7.
Havana, June 21.- Some 1,000 specialists from 23 countries will attend the 11th International Convention on Environment and Development, which will run from July 1st to 7th, said organizers today.
Havana, Jun 5 .- The Cuban Government prioritizes guaranteeing the water service to the population with a required quality, Granma newspaper reports.
By Mariela Peña Seguí/ Radio Cadena Agramonte.
Each June 5, World Environment Day is celebrated. To date, Dra. In Science Andrea Armas Rodríguez, Delegate in Camagüey of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA), shared with Cadena Agramonte information on major environmental problems that exist in the province, and the actions to reverse them.
Havana, May 24.- A delegation of Cuban doctors arrived in Slovakia to bring advisory in the application of Heberprot-p, the only drug in the world for the treatment of diabetic foot, reported today CubaMinrex foreign Ministry's website.
Havana, Cuba, Apr 17.- An unexpected heavy rain helped extinguishing one of the largest fires registered in the last years in eastern Cuba that destroyed close to 5,000 hectare of woodlands.
Guantanamo, Cuba, Apr 10.- The Institute of Hydraulic Resources (INRH) of Cuba is giving today priority to investments, in an effort to mitigate the effects of the intense drought that affects a big portion of the island's eastern provinces.