It might take longer than Amazon Prime, but Havana’s trendy Clandestina clothing line used some clever workarounds to open an online U.S. store.
The investment plans are the largest yet by a foreign group amid Cuba’s ambitious drive to obtain 24 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030.
At their first public meeting, the Trump administration’s new Cuba Internet Task Force said that Cuba’s internet restrictions stifle dissent.
After a 12-year hiatus, Cuba imported its first shipment of Russia’s most iconic cars.
Daniel Whittle of the Environmental Defense Fund explains why U.S.-Cuba scientific cooperation has been beneficial and must continue.
Cuba’s Escuela Latinoamericana de Medicina has trained more than 170 US citizens to practice medicine in underserved communities.
While Cuba’s portion of the Gulf of Mexico may have oil, the island is aiming its fossil fuel future, at least in the near term, on land-based operations.
On the sun-drenched island of Cuba, the problem with solar power is not technology or an adequate supply of solar radiation. It’s financing.
As part of its drive to achieve energy independence, Cuba is pushing to derive nearly a quarter of its power from renewables by twelve years from now.