Our BRI team hosted a workshop in Cuba from June 15-16 to advance our Caribbean resilience efforts.
IMPAC5 just concluded in Vancouver, Canada – bringing together 2,000 practitioners to advance our common goal of transboundary coastal and ocean restoration.
Patience, perseverance and unrelenting curiosity could pave the way for Cuba’s smalltooth sawfish being on better footing than we believed.
Last month, marine biologists from the University of Havana studied coral reefs at Jardines de la Reina National Park.
On July 11, many of us heard about the protests in Cuba. For six decades Cuba has been a model of stability in Latin America, but to TOF’s Fernando Bretos, this time feels different.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put a strain on almost every imaginable human activity. Marine research has been curtailed more than any other, as underwater science requires travel, planning, and close proximity in research vessels to get to study sites.