During the 14th and 15th of September, 2010 the Workshop “Climate Consequences of a Nuclear War” was held at the National Hotel in Havana city.  The event was sponsored by the Cuban Meteorological Institute.  During the sessions the consequences of a nuclear conflict, either regional or global, over the environment and the agriculture were discussed.  In the frame of the Workshop Prof. Alan Robock, from the Environmental Sciences Department, Rutgers the State University of New Jersey, gave a conference entitled “Climatic consequences of a nuclear conflict”.  Comrade Fidel Castro Ruz attended the conference showing great interest in the subject and explaining the importance of a broad diffusion of that information.  The members of GOAC Dr. Juan Carlos Antuña Marrero, Dr. René Estevan Arredondo and MSc. Boris Barja González attended the workshop.

More photos of the event at our Photos Gallery.