Country：Republic of Cuba
Bioversity International, Institute of Fundamental Researches on Tropical Agriculture (INIFAT)
International Lake Environment Committee Foundation (ILEC), and Corazon de la Tierra A.C. (Heart of the Earth), Mexico
Users of pastures and farming communities. The agrarian reform of 1970 was executed for reasons of popular discontent and the movements of national liberation, which brought destabilization of the system. It included a basic question:
1.Regional Profile and the importance of rice cultivation in the national and local economy Cuba is the largest and most westerly island of the insular Caribbean, accounting for over 50% of the region’s land area. Mainland Cuba is 1,250 km long and averages 150 km wide.
While extremely long longitudinally, the Latin America alone cover a broad range of latitudes and accompanying climates, from tropical in the north to polar in the south. Argentina, which is situated at the southern tip of South America, is a major agricultural producer, and is therefore home to many secondary natural environments such as farmland.
The United States of America occupies the large continent, its climatic zone extends by the frigid zone from the subtropical zone, and it has a major mountain ranges, expansive prairies and vast rivers, and there are various natural environments.
In Mexico, deforestation and land degradation due to population growth, past agricultural policies, expansion of the agricultural frontier, over-exploitation, poorly regulated tourism, accelerated economic development, and arbitrary settlement policies have been having a serious impact on terrestrial biodiversity.