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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, 31.1 % forest

Figures confirms increase in forested land over the last five years

Cuban scientists obtain promising results

The discovery of the neuro-protective qualities of a new molecule called JM-20, opens up promising prospects for the treatment of cerebral ischemia

Restoring sandy beaches

The conservation and recovery of these ecosystems is among the tasks included in the State Plan for Confronting Climate Change, approved by the Council of Ministers in April

The key to disaster preparedness

In order to strengthen the country's capacity to deal with hurricanes, earthquakes, droughts and health disasters, set to take place on May 14-15 is the 2016 Meteoro Exercise, organized annually for the past 30 years

National survey on population aging underway

Scheduled to conclude on December 15, the study is conducted by the Center for Population and Development Studies (CEPDE) and the Longevity, Aging and Health Research Center (CITED) of the Ministry of Public Health

Irma threatens Cuba

Efforts are already underway by authorities responsible for protecting the population and country’s economic resources to prevent damage and the loss of human life as Hurricane Irma approaches the island

El Niño in retreat

The El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) cycle continued its gradual decline in March