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El Niño bids farewell

: In the case of Cuba, the influence of this complex weather phenomenon, which affects sea temperature and air pressure, saw record temperatures in 2015, the warmest year since 1951

Cuba destroys ozone depleting substances

The first phase of the project will see ozone depleting substances (ODS) recovered during the substitution of over two and a half million refrigerators and close to 300,000 air conditioning systems destroyed


More prepared to face disasters (+Photos)

This weekend, all of Cuba became a theater of operations allowing for the evaluation of the country's preparedness to face extraordinary situations, during the Response to Disasters Popular Exercise, Meteoro 2017

Cuba prepares for the effects of climate change

Dr. Maritza García, president of the Cuban Environmental Agency, highlighted the role of science and the possibilities for action and decisions aimed at disaster risk reduction

Cuba reduces use of ozone depleting substances

Nelson Espinosa Pena, director of the country's Ozone Technical Office opened the CONTAT 2016 workshop, and reported on progress in Cuba eliminating ozone depleting substances

Ocean Sciences Congress

With more than 400 delegates on hand, the 10th Ocean Sciences Congress, Marcuba 2015, opens today at Havana’s Convention Center

211 protected areas identified nationwide

By the end of 2015, a total of 211 protected areas had been identified in Cuba, 77 of which are of national importance given their natural ecosystems and cultural values

Matthew approaches eastern Cuba

Expected this afternoon and evening, Tuesday October 4, are heavy rainfall reaching totals of 300mm or more, coastal flooding, and winds up to 120 kilometers an hour

Regenerative medicine

Considered one of the most remarkable global scientific advances of the past two decades in the health field, regenerative medicine shows promising prospects for application in the treatment of various conditions