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Cuba warns about effects of climate change

Cuba warns about effects of climate change

Tehran, May 15 (Prensa Latina) Climate change and the effects of drought and other natural phenomena are a brake on the projections of island countries such as Cuba, Cuban Deputy Prime Minister Ricardo Cabrisas said.
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During his explanation on the conditions of Cuba as a destination for future investments from Iran, Cabrisas highlighted that inclement weather may threaten the development of productive activities in Cuba.

Cabrisas spoke of the severe effects that Cuba has faced in recent years due to the effects of climate change on the first day of the 18th Session of the Iran-Cuba Intergovernmental Commission.

He explained the complexities that this presents for Cuba due to its status as an island state and its geographical position in the Caribbean Sea, with long periods of intense droughts, frequent hurricanes, tropical and subtropical storms.

The natural phenomena cause torrential rains with heavy flooding and directly affect the sugar harvest and agricultural and livestock production in general, he said.

In particular, he highlighted the fact that the accumulated losses in the country due to these causes currently amount to billions of pesos.


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