Cuba aims to generate a quarter of its energy from renewables by 2030. Sugar plays a large role in the goal.
As a way to conserve endangered sea turtles, The Florida Aquarium is encouraging Americans to participate in eco-tours in Cayo Largo.
Havana’s La Pegatina design company is carefully navigating advertising restrictions to reach ordinary Cubans.
Johns Hopkins University Professor Dr. Peter Agre has spent years collaborating with his Cuban counterparts on tropical disease research.
Critically endangered Cuban crocodiles are returning to Zapata Swamp.
It may take a lifting of the embargo to fully invest Cuba’s energy sector, but cracks in the regulations offer opportunities even now.
Of all the facilities at the Texas Medical Center, few show more potential of linking with Cuba than Baylor’s School of Tropical Medicine.
Utilizing a well-documented itinerary of activities, US yachters can sail to Cuba for environmental research, education, and conservation.
Could a U.S. call for grant proposals support Cuban entrepreneurship and foster bilateral research? Perhaps, say experts.