On his Twitter account, the president said that 19 of those projects are part of the National Program for Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation.
The head of State described the work done in that field as a “scientific crusade” for sustainable environmental management.
Attached to the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (Citma) and founded in 1994, AMA is in charge of the Studies of Hazard, Vulnerability and Risks throught Cuba, and the “Scenarios of Danger and Vulnerability of the Cuban Coastal Area” macroproject about the rise of the sea level from 2050 and 2100.
On the eve of the meeting, the president also ratified Cuba’s commitment to environmental protection, and underscored the progress made in the country to contribute to this purpose.
We recently approved the legislative initiative called the new “Law of Natural Resources and Environmental System,” he noted.
“We will have a solid and modern law to take care of our protected areas as well. It is our commitment to the environmental future,” the head of State noted.