Greening Havana

Photo source: ©© Nebojsa Mladjenovic


According to international studies, a key action for mitigating the effects of global warming is to increase forest cover in each country. The Cuban government’s National Forestry Programme has set a target of increasing forest cover to over 29 percent by 2015…

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