“Today is World Wildlife Day. Cuba’s premise is to preserve our natural resources, raise awareness among the population about the value of wildlife, and fight environmental crimes,” the head of State wrote on Twitter.
Previously, the Cuban president had said: “we must promote renewable energies; recycle and dream of greener cities; eradicate wildlife trafficking and reduce our carbon footprint.
To take on these challenges we must make use of science, responsibility and a sense of duty, Diaz-Canel argued.
The State Plan to Confront Climate Change, known as Tarea Vida, was approved in Cuba four years ago, and concrete actions are being taken to care for Mother Nature.
Environmental issues have surpassed scientific circles and become a priority of the Cuban government.
Data based on scientific studies ratify that the climate in Cuba is getting warmer. There is variability in cyclonic activity with intense hurricanes, and floods pose a danger for the natural heritage and that built near the coasts.