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Cuba is an Example of Agro-ecology, says expert

President of the Latin American Scientific Society of Agro-ecology Miguel Altigri said Cuba is an example to the world on rational use of resources and protection to the environment. Read More

Ecologists from around 20 nations to meet in Havana

Specialists from around 20 nations will meet until Thursday at the National Hotel of Cuba, in Havana, about the use of agro-ecological techniques in favour of agriculture and the environment. Read More

Cleaning the world at Guanahacabibes Biosphere Reserve

The protection of the Cuban westernmost coasts, involves students of different levels gathered in a project called To clean the world, that takes place in the Guanahacabibes Peninsula, in the province of Pinar del Rio. Read More

Expert: Surface area of gulf oil spill has tripled

VENICE, La. – The surface area of a catastrophic Gulf of Mexico oil spill quickly tripled in size amid growing fears among experts that the slick could become vastly more devastating than it seemed just two days ago. Read More

Expert: Surface area of gulf oil spill has tripled

VENICE, La. – The surface area of a catastrophic Gulf of Mexico oil spill quickly tripled in size amid growing fears among experts that the slick could become vastly more devastating than it seemed just two days ago. Read More

Sancti Spiritus to Host Caribbean Birds Festival

The central objective of the Caribbean Endemic Bird Festival is creating a culture to protect birds, and it is scheduled from April 22th, to May 22th, reported one of its organizers. Read More

Oil spill in Gulf could be devastating to dozens of endangered species

The Gulf of Mexico, the “Mediterranean of the Americas”, hosts some of the world’s most endangered marine mammals, as well as North America’s most productive fisheries. Read More

Climate Change Summit Wraps on Thursday in Bolivia

The First World Summit on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth ends on Thursday in Cochabamba, Bolivia, with the presentation of a Final Declaration on the Rights of Mother Earth. Read More

D'Escoto: Climate Justice Court is Essential

Former president of the UN General Assembly, Nicaraguan Priest Miguel D''Escoto, affirmed on Wednesday that a Climate Justice Court is not only feasible but essential and urgent. Read More

Int’l Symposium on Forestal Resources Begins in Pinar del Rio

The Fourth International Symposium on Forestal Resources began this Wednesday in the westernmost province of Pinar del Rio with the participation of experts from Cuba and abroad. Read More

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