World Environment Day: Preserving nature

Havana- Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel today welcomed World Environment Day, which is celebrated in the Caribbean nation with resolute steps to conserve nature.

Via Twitter, the president noted that the island has a new natural resources and environment law, which includes the natural environment in the Heritage Protection Act, and criminalizes environmental offenses in the penal code.

On #WorldEnvironmentDay, it is necessary to remember the #Fidel speech at #RiodeJaneiro in 1992. It seems that today, Díaz-Canel was said to have been reflected in other messages on that social network.

In doing so, he referred to the title of the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castroin United Nations Conference on Environment and Development It was carried out in Brazil, where 30 years ago he warned of the negative impact of man on nature.

Fidel Castro said on the occasion in which he called for a just international economic order: “Stop selfishness, stop domination, stop indifference, irresponsibility and deceit. Tomorrow it will be too late to do what we should have done so long ago.”

Since 1973, World Environment Day has been celebrated, with the aim of raising awareness among the world’s population about the importance of caring for ecosystems and promoting respect for nature.

Havana- Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel today welcomed World Environment Day, which is celebrated in the Caribbean nation with resolute steps to conserve nature.
Via Twitter, the president indicated that the island has a new island Natural Resources and Environment Lawincluding the natural area in Heritage Protection LawOr, the criminalization of environmental offenses in Penal Code.
On #WorldEnvironmentDay, it is necessary to remember the #Fidel speech at #RiodeJaneiro in 1992. It seems that today, Díaz-Canel was said to have been reflected in other messages on that social network.
In doing so, he referred to the speech of the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development held in Brazil, where 30 years ago he warned of the negative impact of man on nature.
Fidel Castro said on the occasion in which he called for a just international economic order: “Stop selfishness, stop domination, stop indifference, irresponsibility and deceit. Tomorrow it will be too late to do what we should have done so long ago.”
Since 1973, World Environment Day has been celebrated, with the aim of raising awareness among the world’s population about the importance of caring for ecosystems and promoting respect for nature.
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