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Emerson to travel to Cuba to talk agriculture

U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson will travel to Cuba today to discuss how to expand U.S. agricultural exports to the country, her office announced Thursday morning. Emerson " whose district includes Wright, Douglas, Ozark counties and part of Taney County " will be in Cuba through Sunday. Read More

Caribbean tsunami warning

Caribbean countries should watch for the occurrence of a possible tsunami or floods caused by a hurricane, Dr. Cesar Toro, of the Intergovernmental Inter-oceanic Commission Read More

Foreign entities exhibit in EXPOAGUA

Exhibitors from 51 foreign companies and 16 national companies attend in this capital to 7th International Symposium of the International Urban Planning and Environment (EXPOAGUA), Wednesday inaugurated at Conventions Palace. Entities from Germany, Colombia, China, Spain, France, Italy, Iran, Mexico, Panama, Turkey, among others perform in the exhibition Read More

Cuba hosts Environmental Workshop

Cuba's Working Group for Havana Bay (GTE-BH) will hold an international workshop for the treatment of wastes in 2007, it was announced on Tuesday. At the workshop, Cubans involved in the project will exchange experiences with foreign experts about the future of the sea floor, the last stage in the cleanup. Read More

Cuban reservoirs Improve capacity

Cuban reservoirs were storing over 7 billion cubic meters when November concluded, which represents 257 million more than a year ago. According to the National Institute of Water Resources, the 235 reservoirs in Cuba are at 80 percent of their total capacity of 1.7 billion cubic meters of water. Read More

Cuba updates report on Caribbean Sea contamination

Cuba is one of the first Latin American countries to have finished a report on the Caribbean Sea pollution affecting national coasts. Read More

Cuba, IAEA eye measuring Caribbean Sea water quality

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Caribbean Environment Network (RAC) are considering a plan to measure Caribbean Sea water quality, RAC chief Antonio Villasol announced on Thursday. Read More

Cuban sea animals species

There are many and diverse treasures that lie at the reach of those who dive in the Cuban coasts. The alga is one of them. Cuba has an infinite future with the microalgas. The scientists of the island are constantly studying the countless properties they have. Read More

Cuba Tests Early Pregnancy Reactive

A bio reactive strip to detect pregnancy and cysts early, developed by CIGB (Genetics Engineering and Biotechnology Center) of Sancti Spiritus, is being tested in that central Cuban province. The reactive strip Heber FastLine Embarazo (pregnancy) is being applied for local women who seek menstrual regulation, with 99.8 percent sensitivity. Read More

Cuba improves protected crop techniques

Cuban technology related to crop protection has advanced to the point of serving as an umbrella to reduce solar intensity, humidity and the impact of hurricanes. Read More

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