IX CONFERENCIA CIENTÍFICA INTERNACIONAL MEDIO AMBIENTE SIGLO XXI, Cuba 2015

Del 24 al 27 de noviembre de 2015, la Universidad Central de Las Villas, Cuba, con el auspicio del Ministerio de Educación Superior dela Repúblicade Cuba acogerán la IX Edición de la Conferencia Científica Internacional Medio Ambiente Siglo XXI, MAS XXI 2015, que sesionará en el Hotel EUROSTARS Cayo Santa María.

La Energía, Recursos, Medio Ambiente, Agenda 21 Local, Desarrollo Sostenible y Educación Ambiental, son los temas centrales que promoverá el evento y es la fuente de la invitación a la discusión científico y propiciará un fructífero intercambio entre especialistas de las más diversas partes del mundo en temas de gran actualidad y trascendencia, que serán abordados con el mayor rigor científico-académico y con una visión de futuro que permita enfrentar de manera ventajosa las problemáticas ambientales del actual siglo.

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From November 24th to 27th, 2015, the Central University of Las Villas, Cuba with the auspices of the Ministry of Higher Education of the Republic of Cuba will host the eighth edition of the International Scientific Conference XXI Century Environment, MAS XXI, which will be held in EUROSTARS Hotel Santa Maria Beach Resort Key.

The Energy, Resources, Environment, Local 21 Agenda, Sustainable Development and Environmental Education are the central topics that will be promoted and the event will also be the source of the invitation for scientific discussion. It will encourage a fruitful exchange among specialists of the most diverse parts of the world, and this exchange will be approached with the highest scientific-academic rigor and with a future vision to face the environmental problems of the current century in a favorable way.

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Energy, environment and development in Cuba.

By: José Antonio Suárez (a), Pedro Anibal Beatón (a), Ronoldy Faxas Escalona (a), Ofelia Pérez Montero (b).

a Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of the Orient, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
b Integrated Coastal Zone Management Center, University of the Oriente, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba

In Cuba, since 1959, the energy, environment and socio-economic development have been given high priority in national development plans.

Fifty years later, the Cuban people have achieved a society with notable advances in literacy and education, health, culture, sports, social security and per capita of the gross domestic product (GDP), which has permitted the attainment of a sustainable development, according to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) report in 2006.

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