As tomegrito was named a bird result of the crossbreeding between the tomeguín de la tierra (tomeguin of the land) and the negrito, considered by the Cuban Ornithological Organization the only one existent in the country, was informed here.
A video conference about the protection and conservation of the Cienaga de Zapata swampland, declared by UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and Ramsar site focused in Havana the activities for the World Wetland Day.
The cooperation between Cuba and Canada to face the climate change is magnificent, the Americas Region’s environment specialist of the Ministry of Global Agenda from that North America country, Moreno Padilla highlighted.
In Cuba there is a natural park which has a lot of history and attracts every year visitors from all over the world, in particular European, place that this 2018 already have on it the looks of countless travelers.
The scientific community of the center-east province of Camagüey, with more than 16 thousand square kilometers, has as mean aim the campaign standing firm in the face of the climate change, and in that direction it guides the daily actions.
Cuba will participate in the forthcoming International Oceanic Literacy Conference of Unesco, aimed at discussing the sustainable conservation of oceans, seas and marine resources, diplomatic sources reported.
After five years of studies, Cuba presented two work tools for adaptation to climate change in the agricultural sector, as part of a project focused on food sustainability, sponsored by UNDP.
The Basal project, food bases for local food sustainability, led by the Cuban Environment Agency showed the preliminary results of a model that allows water management taking into account climatic scenarios and agricultural variables.
The Institute of Tropical Geography (IGT in Spanish) was founded in 1962 by Cuban geographer, archaeologist and speleologist Núñez Jiménez, the brains behind the “Amazon to Caribbean Canoe Voyage”, and the organization will celebrate its 55th anniversary with a number of projects.