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Brazil, Cuba for Cooperation

Brazil is interested in enhancing scientific-technical collaboration with Cuba in all sectors, the island's Foreign Trade Minister Raul de la Nuez told Prensa Latina. Read More

Rare Storm Passes South of Cuba

The storm, now degraded to a tropical depression, is moving south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica through the western Caribbean. Read More

Olga the next 24 hr as a ridge over the western caribean.

The primary threat from Olga continues to be heavy rainfall and life-threatening flash floods and mud slides in Puerto Rico and Hispaniola. These rains should begin to spread over eastern Cuba today. Read More

Climate Change: A Real Danger

Cuba is not insulated from the effects of climate change, which affects crops, food production and eats away part of its land mass every year. Read More

New Oil Reserves Discovered in Cuba

Once evaluated, new locations of this fuel will increase the national production of crude oil and natural gas. Read More

Ministry of Agriculture Recognizes Recovery Capacity in Las Tunas

The Ministry of Agriculture sent a congratulation message to this eastern province of Las Tunas in recognition for the recovery capacity shown in the horticultural production Read More

Cuba will ratify the Third Countries' demand for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions

The Cuban delegation is made up of a group of experts led by Cuban vice-minister of Sciences, Technology and Environment, Jose A. Diaz Duque. Read More

Cuban and Vietnamese Experts Blast Biofuel Fever

Specialists from Cuba and Viet Nam have reiterated their rejection of the so called "biofuel fever", which they tagged as a crime against humanity. Read More

Cuba Leads Sustainable Development

Sustainable development, a "sine qua non" condition for future survival on Earth, due to the current environmental crisis, is only achieved in Cuba today, said Mathis Wackernagel, executive director of Global Footprint Network. Read More

Areas reforested in the Great Wetland of the North

The large wetland located north of Ciego de Ávila, one of the Cuban ecosystems bearing international importance due to its incredible biodiversity, was benefited during the last seven years from the planting of more than a 1 800 hectares of trees. Read More

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