Monitoring and evaluation
Cuba denounces negative impact of unilateral coercive measures
Unilateral coercive measures today have a serious humanitarian and socioeconomic impact in the countries that suffer them, and impede the effective response of developing nations to Covid-19, denounced Cuba at the UN.
Photovoltaic solar park expanded in Cuba
In the Cuban province of Sancti Spíritus, work is underway to expand the Solar Park Photovoltaic (PSFV) of Mayajigua, in the northern Espirituan municipality of Yaguajay, still in Covid-19 times. In this regard, the director of the Base Fuentes Business Unit Renewables of Energy of the Provincial Electric Company, Reinier Hernández, assured that a Once matcha is put, the total capacity will be doubled to be the largest in the province, with five megawatts of power.
Regulatory framework for the environment and human rights
The implementation of the SDGs requires the participation of all stakeholders. The State, as the main responsible agent for fulfilling the commitments of the 2030 Agenda, must promote this participation through normative, political, economic and social incentives that create multi-stakeholder enabling environments.