Born out of necessity during Cuba’s “special period,” organic farming has now become vital for the island’s drive towards economic self-sufficiency.
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Argelia Balboa Monzón, senior advisor for renewable energies with Cuba’s Ministry of Energy and Mines, gives her take on Cuba’s renewable energy future.
Though Hurricane Ike battered Gibara nearly a decade ago, the town has recovered splendidly and much of its old colonial core remains intact.
Iconic sculptor Alberto Lescay spoke to Cuba Trade about his life, his work, and the rewards and challenges of being a working artist in Cuba.
Hemingway’s home remains a symbol of links between the US and Cuba as cooperation continues on preserving its heritage.
Emblematic of Cuba’s creative flourish, a retail store sells wry designs in the heart of Old Havana.
The nation’s second city blends history with a distinct arts scene.
New regulations mean that Cuban drugs can be tested and imported. Diabetes, hepatitis and cancer medicines could be among the first.
The death of Fidel Castro and the election of Donald Trump: What they mean for the Cuban economy