Dedicated to the restoration of ecosystems, the International Campaign for World Environment Day is entitled “Remain, Reconstruction and Restoration” in Cuba to rehabilitate the most affected natural population and evaluate their health status and management plans.
Michelle Ramos, head of Sidma’s natural resources department in Granma, notes that a number of steps are being taken in the province to celebrate the important anniversary.
Most importantly, he cited the Geo Kwakanayapo events by the Faculty of Medical Sciences Granma University and AmbiMate, which aims to improve environmental care among prospective professionals.
He also mentioned the Reconstruction Campaign, which will be the basis for the distribution of Bayamo on July 26, where mass organizations and students will be able to plant trees in the area.
Similarly, congratulating the anniversary, he announced the mobilization for coastal clean-up at Manzanillo Beach, which is in charge of Granma University’s Costa Viva environmental project.
Despite the complex epidemic situation caused by the epidemic, work on environmental issues has not stopped and solid policies are being strengthened in Cuba to deal with future adverse events.
2020 marks the beginning of the 2016 cycle of the National Environment Strategy, the basic document of the country’s environmental policy, with a state plan to tackle climate change known as the Life Task.
In this sense, the Council of Ministers approved the new National Environmental Strategy for 2021-2025, which defines key strategic directions and practices in the regions and sectors.