After a 12-year hiatus, Cuba imported its first shipment of Russia’s most iconic cars.
The three-year-old port in Mariel, already key for Cuba’s imports and exports, aims to become a hub for containers transiting between Asia and the Americas.
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.
Cuba aims to generate a quarter of its energy from renewables by 2030. Sugar plays a large role in the goal.
The latest portfolio highlights Cuba’s economic aspirations in a refreshingly frank way, but it glosses over what has stalled foreign investment for years.
Victory Cruise Lines joins the flotilla of US cruise companies sending ships to Cuba.
Hurricanes and droughts add to Cuba’s struggles to generate water for the people who bolster its economy.