The province of Las Tunas is one of the most affected by the impact of climate change. This was confirmed in the check of Life Task programs by the President of the Councils of State and Ministers on May 20, in which experts from the territory presented a report on the situation.

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Havana- The International Convention, Cubagua 2019, is opening on Tuesday in Havana with an agenda in which issues such as climate change and water reuse will be under discussion.

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UN Under-Secretary General for Political Affairs, Rosemary Di Carlo said today that the security implications of climate change requires a collective response because they are everyone's problem.

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Some consequences of climate change such as rising temperature, going up cyclones of category three or more and stiffer droughts increasingly affect today Mexico, according to a report published here.

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In Bonn, Germany, delegates to United Nations climate talks from nearly 200 nations have adopted a final agenda for the COP 23 convention, as they work to keep global temperature rise to less than 2 degrees Celsius.

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The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is lauding the Jamaican government for the significant work in creating an enabling environment for climate change adaptation and mitigation on the island.

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Rome.- The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has announced new guidelines aimed at supporting countries in meeting their commitments to tackle climate change.

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United Nations.- The UN Security Council held a meeting today under the Arria Formula to discuss the impact of climate change on international stability, a forum focused on the threat of sea level increase.

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