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Lomas de Banao: Natural Values Highlighted

<div align="justify"> The official proclamation of the ecological reserve Lomas de Banao (Banao Mountains) as protected area, in the Cuban central province of Sancti Spiritus, denotes the recognition to its natural values and the actions carried out in favor of the environment´s protection. </div> Read More

New Technologies in Cuba to Improve Seismic Detection

<div align="justify"> New equipment installed in the Network of Seismic Stations will allow specialists of the geodynamic Observatory in Santiago de Cuba to respond to the occurrence of eartkquakes worldwide.<br /> </div> Read More

Earthquake Rocks Santiago de Cuba, no damages reported

<div align="justify"> SANTIAGO DE CUBA, Cuba, Jul 5 (acn) At 3.06 PM this Monday a 4.7 degrees in the Richter scale earthquake was felt in the Cuban city of Santiago de Cuba, and throughout all the Cuban eastern region. </div> Read More

Preservation of Cuban Seas on the rise

<div align="justify"> To take in at least 15 percent of the insular platform and the fourth part of the coral reefs is  one of the goals of the National System of Protected Areas (SNAP), with impacts in Pinar del Rio. </div> Read More

Long-ignored freshwater molluscs in Cuba under threat

<div align="justify"> Among biologists, Cuba is famous for its diversity of molluscs with some 3,000 species, including the fact that over 90 percent of its land snails live no-were else. </div> Read More

Oil Spill Diplomacy: The Response from the Americas

Booming operations continue in the Gulf of Mexico as part of the cleanup effort from the BP oil spill. Read More

Favorable environment ahead for Caribbean tropical wave

A tropical wave over the western Caribbean Sea continues to bring showers and storms to parts of Hispaniola, Jamaica, Cuba, the Cayman Islands and adjacent waters of the western Caribbean. Read More

Hurricane watch: Tropical wave gains strength

<div align="justify"> A tropical wave in Caribbean Sea strengthened slightly overnight and extends from eastern Cuba and Jamaica toward Hispaniola and Puerto Rico and north of the sea, according to the 2 p.m. forecast from the National Hurricane Center in Miami </div> Read More

Cuba increases reforestation to protect watersheds

The Cuban government has developed a plan to reforest the banks of reservoirs and banks of rivers and streams as part of measures taken to protect the watersheds, a local specialist said in Havana Tuesday. Read More

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