Published by Alma
By Prensa Latina
Cuba is showing its scientific progress of the last decades during the second and last day of the Meeting for Latin America and the Caribbean, of the International Council for Science (ICSU).
During the event, which started yesterday at the Hotel Nacional of Cuba, regional experts are discussing sustainable development and the actions of governments to achieve this goal.
South African doctor Heide Hackmann, executive director of ICSU; and Erlinda Handal, Minister of Science and Technology of El Salvador, are expected to attend this session.
According to the ICSU director for the region, Manuel Limonta, the objective of this exchange is to follow up the international programs of the Office for Latin America and the Caribbean.
Sustainable energy, risks and disasters, mathematics teaching, biodiversity, and open data (related to the dissemination of scientific findings) are among the issues under discussion.