‘Sometimes it is thought that the environment is only an environmental issue when social and local development problems also belong to it,’ explained José Miguel Borroto, executive secretary of the project.
This initiative brings together scientists and representatives of institutions or companies that, along with local delegation of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA), guarantee financing in a two-and-three-year short cycle, said the expert.
Borroto considered that this experience really offers favorable outcomes for the Monetary Overhauling, while the Habitat Management team is currently working on those proposals to be implemented this year.
‘The purpose is to shorten research time and a better use of scientific resources in Matanzas, hence the significance of proper management,’ he stressed. ef/pll/jcm/wap