Camagüey to Assess the Preservation Status of its Nature

Camagüey, May 15 – On the occasion of the World Environment Day, Camagüey will pay special attention on holding over 20 scientific events in a bid to evaluate the conditions on which its nature is preserved.

The events namely deal with natural protected areas, comprehensive coastal handling, drainage areas, the sustainable exploitation of its soils and the use of solar energy.

Besides, other areas of interest are environmental education, preservation of marine turtles, and how to deal with invasive alien species.

The agenda also involves the participation other entities and includes meetings for setting up sustainable economic development plans in small towns such as La Gloria and Puerto Piloto.

The main ceremony marking the World Environment Day in Camagüey will be held on June 4th at the local Fuel Merchandiser which has had remarkable results in treating residual liquids and gases, in health and safety at work and in the use of energy carriers.

A theoretical workshop on the measures taken in 22 protected areas of Camagüey which cover nearly a third of the province will wrap up the World Environment Day program of activities on May 28th.

One of these areas in a fauna shelter at Río Máximo, where one of the main nesting sites of the Caribbean flamingo is located. (AIN/Radio Cadena Agramonte).

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