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CLIMATE CHANGE

Experts Warn on Impact of Climate Change in Sancti Spiritus, Central Cuba

The Caribbean Sea is penetrating the Cuban southern coast at 1.3 meters per year, as a result of the climate change, authorities of the Ministry of Science Technology and Environment (CITMA) to Sancti Spiritus warned


Too Hot to Live!

Unless carbon emissions are curtailed, climate change may expose 1.5 billion people in South Asia to potentially lethal heat and humidity in the near future


Cuba Reaffirms Actions to Preserve Environment

Cuba has also stressed its willingness to continue working on strategies to deal with climate change and to better use natural resources


Climate Change Facilitates Spread of Chikungunya Virus

If climate change continues unchecked, the virus could even spread to southern Europe and the United States


Sancti Spiritus: Fidel’s Contribution to Environmental Protection Acknowledged

Fidel had a comprehensive approach to environmental issues, as seen in more than 50 of his public speeches, including his remarks to the Communist Party of Cuba’s 7th Congress


Another World Environment Day Celebration in Sancti Spiritus

For the third time in the 21st century, Sancti Spiritus has been designated as the host province for the celebration of the World Environment Day in Cuba


Donald Trump Meets EU Leaders in Brussels

During the meeting Donald Trump was urged not to abandon the Paris Protocol against climate change, a request that was also made by Pope Francis


Scientists Uncertain about Future Development of El Niño

The last version of ‘El Niño’ took place between the last quarter of 2015 and the first months of 2016, and had devastating effects in many zones of the world


Experts Analyze Water Global Problems in Cubagua 2017

The Convention is attended by UN representatives and specialists from Cuba, China, France, Peru, the U.S.A., Colombia, Mexico, Spain, Ecuador, Argentina and Italy


UN: Cuba Submits Document Ratifying Climate Change Agreement

During the ceremony, Ambassador Ana Silvia Rodríguez Abascal noted that the Convention offers a significant contribution to the struggle for the survival of the human species


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