The implementation of environmental and social projects, through the use of scientific information, it is a contribution of the Cuban Society of Information Sciences in the province of Holguin.
This tool is integrated into a communication strategy aimed at promoting programs such as coastal re-ordering, which has relocated more than 200 buildings built on the sand dunes, said Leonardo Nieves, president of the association in the eastern territory, to the Cuban News Agency.
He expressed that new actions include lectures, educational talks and workshops on the importance of preserving these ecosystems in coastal communities such as Caletones, located more than 30 kilometers from the provincial head city.
To these initiatives are added the screening of audio-visual materials on topics such as the protection of species in critical danger of extinction and the reduction of the populations of lion fish, considered as exotic invasion of the fauna in Cuba, he said.
Nieves stressed that the program of socialization of information extends to the municipalities of Moa and Mayarí, in the Holguin Turquino Plan, through the Community Centers for Environmental Education, which carry out educational campaigns dedicated to this end.
The Cuban Society of Information Sciences emerged in 1989 and has as one of its purposes to ensure the development of science, consolidate national identity and promote research projects that contribute to the development of the Cuban economy, according the website of that association.
In Holguín, the organization has among its main programs the development of a multimedia entitled "Visibility of Holguin Science", which summarizes the main results of this sector in the territory. / Taken from ACN