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Greening Havana - The Environmental Cuba

Greening Havana - The Environmental Cuba | Cuba | Scoop.it

HAVANA, Oct 31 2012 (IPS)

People grow plants for aesthetic reasons, to have prettier surroundings. But the state of the environment is critical and crying out for help,” Ribalta, the coordinator of Ando Reforestando, a community reforestation project, told IPS.

According to international studies, a key action for mitigating the effects of global warming is to increase forest cover in each country. The Cuban government’s National Forestry Programme has set a target of increasing forest cover to over 29 percent by 2015... http://www.ipsnews.net/2012/10/greening-havana/


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This text is for encourage my negative argument... ( Oral presentation..)

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Industries in Cuba’s Economy

Industries in Cuba’s Economy | Cuba | Scoop.it

This website talks about different industries and their importance to Cuba. The main industry is Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals. It got to be so important because Fidel Castro put so much money into it. Cuba exports ant-viral and anti-bacterial vaccines to help other countries. Biotechnology is one of the largest industries in cuba.


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For modernims + indutrial expansion..

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The importance of industries in Cuba for my opinion ( for it ) ...

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The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil

When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1990, Cuba's economy went into a tailspin. With imports of oil cut by more than half – and food by 80 percent – people were desperate.

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Various Industries in Cuba’s Economy

Various Industries in Cuba’s Economy | Cuba | Scoop.it

This website talks about different industries and their importance to Cuba. The main industry is Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals. It got to be so important because Fidel Castro put so much money into it. Cuba exports ant-viral and anti-bacterial vaccines to help other countries. Biotechnology is one of the largest industries in cuba.


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Another text that shows the imoportance of the industires in Cuba.

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Industries in Cuba’s Economy

Industries in Cuba’s Economy | Cuba | Scoop.it

This website talks about different industries and their importance to Cuba. The main industry is Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals. It got to be so important because Fidel Castro put so much money into it. Cuba exports ant-viral and anti-bacterial vaccines to help other countries. Biotechnology is one of the largest industries in cuba.


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Aleen Rhéaume Castillo's curator insight, May 24, 2013 2:47 PM

For modernims + indutrial expansion..

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Cuban-Americans stream to the island for holidays

Cuban-Americans stream to the island for holidays | Cuba | Scoop.it

"The first thing I'm going to do when I get there is cry, and then give everyone hugs," said one traveler Monday, as she leaned against her cart of bags secured in the festive, neon green airport plastic wrap. The duffel bags — cheaper to ship through than heavier, traditional luggage — bulged with food, over the counter medicine, toys and other necessities hard to obtain in Cuba's struggling economy.

 


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