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  1. Illnesses at U.S. Embassy in Havana Prompt Evacuation of More …

    Sep 29, 2017 … It then was determined to have been the result of a mysterious attack. … “Cuba has told us it will continue to investigate these attacks, and we will … And the State Department issued an advisory that Americans should not travel to Cuba. …. Dies at 99 · Khashoggi Double Sent to Create False Trail in Turkey, …
  2. U.S., Cuba officials discuss mysterious embassy health incidents …

    Sep 13, 2018 … At least 26 Americans have been affected by a mysterious illness at the U.S. Embassy in Cuba with symptoms that included hearing loss, …
  3. Embassy illnesses in Cuba point to mysterious world of microwave …

    Sep 1, 2018 … Embassy illnesses in Cuba point to mysterious world of microwave weapons … hit more than three dozen U.S. diplomats and their relatives in Cuba and … as a contractor and a consultant to a number of federal agencies.
  4. Mysterious illness that hit diplomats in Cuba surfaces in China – The …

    Jun 6, 2018 … A crisis over a mysterious ailment sickening U.S. diplomats and their families – which began in Cuba and recently appeared in China – has …
  5. Fresh row over mysterious sickness affecting US diplomats in Cuba …

    Feb 24, 2018 … Study into ‘health attacks’ on US diplomats sparks controversy, with some experts claiming situation is being spun for political gain.
  6. US Embassy mystery illness in Cuba has new “medically confirmed …

    Jun 22, 2018 … WASHINGTON — Medical tests have confirmed that one additional U.S. Embassy worker has been affected by mysterious health incidents in …
  7. Americans flee US consulate in China as mysterious sonic sickness …

    Jun 7, 2018 … “Mark is a very capable guy,” Lenzi’s friend, political consultant Michael … The US , blaming Havana, expelled Cuban dignitaries following the incident. … New probe ordered for mysterious Havana embassy illnesses that left diplomats sickened …… Hong Kong trail ‘legend’ runs swansong at Moontrekker.
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A Cuban model for a resilient Caribbean | UNDP

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CLIMATE CHANGE IS WEATHER CONTROL . . .Geoengineering is the deliberate large-scale manipulation of the Earth’s Climate . . 

 

http://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/presscenter/articles/2015/02/25/a-cuban-model-for-a-resilient-caribbean.html

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With a population of 36 million, the Caribbean region is home to a diverse array of languages and cultures, to islands large and small, to major coastal cities and small mountain villages. But for all its diversity, its countries and territories share an important trait – exposure to a yearly hurricane season that can, at times, have devastating impacts.

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CUBA’s POOR Populations – at Greater Climate Change Risk . . .

Climate Vulnerability and Readiness

The poor disproportionately face climate risks such as sea level rise, increases in temperature and more erratic rainfall, often experienced as more frequent and extreme weather events such as storms, floods, and droughts. Because the poor are more exposed and sensitive to such impacts and generally have lower capacity to adapt, they are morevulnerable to climate change.
Their vulnerability makes them less resilient to the impacts of climate change. Supporting the inclusion of the poor in planning and implementing adaptation actions can enable them to become more ready to adapt to climate change and reduce poverty.
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Cuba embarks on a 100-year plan to protect itself from climate change | Science | AAAS

https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/01/cuba-embarks-100-year-plan-protect-itself-climate-change

On its deadly run through the Caribbean last September, Hurricane Irma lashed northern Cuba, inundating coastal settlements and scouring away vegetation. The powerful storm dealt Havana only a glancing blow; even so, 10-meter waves pummeled El Malecón, the city’s seaside promenade, and ravaged stately but decrepit buildings in the capital’s historic district. “There was great destruction,” says Dalia Salabarría Fernández, a marine biologist here at the National Center for Protected Areas (CNAP).

As the flood waters receded, she says, “Cuba learned a very important lesson.” With thousands of kilometers of low-lying coast and a location right in the path of Caribbean hurricanes, which many believe are intensifying because of climate change, the island nation must act fast to gird against future disasters.

 

Read more “Cuba embarks on a 100-year plan to protect itself from climate change | Science | AAAS”

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CUBA: Four-Year Drought Forces Cuba to Find Ways to Build Resilience – Cuba | ReliefWeb

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