Havana, March 21 (Prensa Latina) Experts from 17 countries and the United Nations system are participating today in an international convention in Cuba that examines the global problems associated with water and its interrelation with climate change.
There will be four days of technical-professional feedback, exhibitions and debates. Also slated are the 1st Workshop on Integrated Watershed Management, the 13th International Congress on Hydraulic Engineering and the 9th International Seminar on Integral Water Use, which will take place at the Conference Center in this capital.
Cubagua 2017 also inaugurated on Tuesday a Technical Business Symposium, at Pabexpo fairground, with varied samples of products and technologies. According to the president of the National Institute of Hydraulic Resources (INRH), Inés Chapman, the word integration is a distinctive concept of the event, due to the nature of its different angles of analysis, all united by a common denominator: the need for taxation to the concretion of a superior culture on the rational consumption of water.