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More sun-power for Cuba

More sun-power for Cuba

The use of this renewable energy source is already generating over 2,100 megawatt/hours (mW/h) in the eastern province of Camagüey

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Charco Azul Ranch, Nature Tourism

Charco Azul Ranch, Nature Tourism

Located in the western province of Artemisa, between the small town of Cayajabos and the 47th km of the National Havana-Pinar del Rio Highway, the Charco Azul Ranch is ideal for lovers of birdwatching, hiking and horseback riding. The site, which today belongs to the National Wildlife Protection Company (ENPPFF) has a centuries-old history.

Cuba Updates Environmental Strategies

Cuba Updates Environmental Strategies

Cuba´s Biological Diversity Program and action plan, in the process of being updated for the 2015-2020 period, aims to stop national biodiversity losses through sustainable options and the implementation of conservation measures. Experts are confident that a document outlining the way forward could be drafted by identifying and establishing courses of action consistent with the national political, social, and economic guidelines, as well as with the Economy Plan and development strategies for the implementation of international environmental commitments.

Finding Zestos Skippers on Cayo Coco Cuba

Finding Zestos Skippers on Cayo Coco Cuba

Although once a common butterfly in the Keys, the Florida population of the Zestos Skipper (Epargyreus zestosoberon) now appears to be extinct.

To Protect Nature is to Protect Humanity

To Protect Nature is to Protect Humanity

It is no secret for anybody that the future of humanity is in the hands of man himself; hence, the need to make the right decisions now and to change our lifestyles to be able to ensure the preservation of the human species and the planet in general in the near future.

Boca de Guamá Protecting the Cuban Crocodile

Boca de Guamá Protecting the Cuban Crocodile

​Boca de Guamá, the most popular tourist center in the swampland of Ciénaga de Zapata in the western Cuban province of Matanzas, is home to an important crocodile breeding farm.The Ciénaga de Zapata is the largest and best-preserved wetland in the Caribbean islands, and is a Biosphere Reserve and Ramsar site.

Renewable Energy, a Praiseworthy thy Option

Renewable Energy, a Praiseworthy thy Option

Cuba, like any other developing country, needs above all to conserve resources for electric power generation, which is why studies are underway to make it possible in the not-so-distant future to extensively develop renewable energy. 

 The Clearwing Butterfly

The Clearwing Butterfly

The glasswinged butterfly (Greta oto), is rare and little-known in Cuba. However, a local species, the Greta cubana, can be found in the country's central and eastern mountains, particularly the Guamuhaya —also known as the Sierra del Escambray— in Sancti Spíritus province.

Underwater Paradise

Underwater Paradise

Surrounded by the green and blue waters of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, the Cuban archipelago shelters a multicoloured underwater paradise: its coral reefs.


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