Cuba has also stressed its willingness to continue working on strategies to deal with climate change and to better use natural resources
Perhaps there is no better thermometer in Sancti Spíritus to assess the severity of the drought than the situation of the Zaza River, the second largest in Cuba, and the major to feed the local Zaza Dam
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
The severe drought affecting Cuban aquifers and reservoirs given the extreme lack of rainfalls has led authorities to call for water-saving measures and other distribution strategies to cushion the tense situation.
Without making noise, drought has settled in Sancti Spiritus, a Cuban central province. Evidences show decline in the historical records of rainfall and contraction in the availability of water in reservoirs.