Cuba: Honey Bearing Flora in Biosphere Reserve

2 Pinar del Río, Cuba, 7. -Cuban scientists have extended their research to the abundant and diverse honey bearing flora of the Guanahacabibes peninsula with varieties favored in conservation projects of this Biosphere Reserve. Specialists of the Casa de la Miel, which is unique in Cuba, lead these studies in a region noted for its rich honey tradition that goes

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Cuba Rescues Areas Damaged by Desertification

1 Pinar del Río, Cuba, May 6. -Cuban scientists are currently promoting a project for sustainable land management in the southern plain of the province, which suffers the consequences of desertification and drought. The project was launched at a time when Pinar del Rio is feeling the effects of the most severe dry season over the last decade, keeping the

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Experts to Re-Explore Cuban Archeological Sites

1 Pinar del Rio, Jan 17. -Cuban scientists will assess the state of preservation of archeological sites in this western province, where evidence exists of the presence of indigenous communities 4,500 years ago. Marta Rosa Gonzalez told Prensa Latina that the upcoming research will aim at updating the inventory of those findings and searching for possible risks or vulnerability. The

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Fidel Castro Talks with Cuban Scientists about Nuclear Threat

1 Havana, Aug 24. -Leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro exchanged opinions with a group of Cuban scientists about the nuclear war threat hanging over humanity, the daily Granma reported Tuesday. During their encounter, the first secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba recalled the days of the October (Missile) Crisis, the process that led to an agreement with

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