If there is any information followed day by day by the entire Cuban population, it is, without a doubt, the weather forecast, because Cuba is a tropical country hit by storms, cyclones and hurricanes for 6 months of the year, from June 1 to November 30, with the great danger they represent for all equally.
Since 1986, every first Monday in October is World Habitat Day, proclaimed to be celebrated by the UN. The objective is to raise awareness about the importance of guaranteeing that the development of cities occurs in a sustainable manner and guaranteeing all citizens their right to have decent housing for the protection of their families.
Cuba is celebrating on Wednesday the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer by rewarding the work carried out by 12 institutions in the definitive removal of pollutants in the Earth's stratosphere.
Air pollution is currently one of the most worrying issues in the world today, since it is the greatest environmental risk to human health and one of the main causes of disease and death that can be avoided.
Cuba, the largest island in the Antilles, is a true natural paradise, due to its abundant flora and its rich fauna, within which birds constitute a great wealth, since the country boasts around 369 wild species, 28 of them endemic.
World Environment Day is celebrated today in all countries and, of course, in Cuba, despite the difficult situation caused by the new Coronavirus, which forces people to respect isolation to avoid the spread of that dangerous virus.
Joint work by scientific research centers and authorities in Cuba strengthens the initiatives undertaken as part of the state program known as Tarea Vida (Task Life) to counter the effects of climate change, lawmakers agreed on Monday.
Experts agreed on Friday on how important it is to reduce damage caused by disasters in the Americas and the Caribbean through comprehensive practice prevention by analyzing and scaling down risk factors.