Guantanamo, Cuba, Feb 7.- The decrease in the level of several reservoirs, due to the intense drought that strikes the western part of Guantánamo province, forces a new strategy in the distribution of water to the inhabitants of the provincial capital, Cuba´s sixth most populated city.
Havana, Jan 31.- The Cuban Botanical Society (SCB) and the Environmental Agency (AMA) announced the celebration of the World Wetlands Day with activities dedicated to the conservation of mangroves.
Havana, Cuba, Jan 26.- The representative of the National Hydraulic Resources Institute, Janet Triana talked about the current drought and actions to cover the water supply to the population in the province of Santiago de Cuba.
Havana, Cuba, Jan 17.- The earth shook under the feet of Cubans in the eastern part of the island overnight Tuesday in what some described as a very strong tremor, a 5.5 magnitude quake in the Richter scale, which left no human victims or property damage.
Havana, Cuba, Jan 10.- The Meteorology Institute announced clouds to the northern coastal areas, some occasional rain in the north eastern region. The rest of the country will be partially and occasional cloudy with isolated rain.
Havana, Cuba, Jan 9.- Economic assessment of goods and ecosystem services and facing climate change in Matanzas, the island’s most vulnerable province, are among the priorities of the local scientific community for 2017.
Marrakesh, Nov 7.- The 22nd Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, COP22, has begun today in Morocco focused on concrete action included in the Paris Agreement.
New Delhi, Oct 27.- More than half of wildlife in India is at risk of disappearing because of increased pollution and the growth of the population, a study released today by national media has warned.
Havana, Cuba, Oct 7.- The Institute of Meteorology reported that in the early hours of Thursday Hurricane Matthew continued to move northwest at about 19 kilometers per hour, battering central Bahamas.
Havana, Cuba, Sep 30.- With 165-kilometer-per hour sustained winds and higher gusts, Matthews became a category two hurricane overnight and continues to intensify as it moves on Caribbean waters.