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Cuba preparing for possible arrival of oil spill

HAVANA (AP) — Cuba's civil defense chief said Tuesday that authorities are preparing coastal residents for the oil spill fouling the Gulf of Mexico, and a top military official said its possible arrival would be "a disaster." Read More

Joe Garcia urges permanent ban on off-shore drilling in Florida

<div align="justify"> Over 1,300 Floridians have already signed our petition urging Gov. Crist to call an emergency legislative session to permanently ban offshore drilling in Florida. </div> Read More

Who Owns BP? Biggest Shareholder is JPMorgan Chase

Saturday, June 12, 2010.In the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, BP’s stock value has plummeted, prompting news stories identifying the company’s largest investors. Read More

Coast Guard to BP: 'move faster'...

ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (AP) — BP is under a weekend deadline from the Coast Guard to ramp up its efforts to contain the oil gushing into the Gulf of Mexico. Read More

Cuba, oil and compensation

It is revealing that the US [and global] mass media has paid no attention to the possible NEGATIVE economic impact on Cuba that the oil spill will have. Read More

International sensitivities: What if BP oil spill heads for Cuba?

The BP oil spill has begun to have international repercussions. Cuba is the country most likely to be the first non-US victim if the oil slick advances beyond Florida into the Caribbean. Read More

International Colloquium on the Environment Inaugurated in Havana

The second Jose Marti International Colloquium on the Environment was inaugurated on Tuesday and will run through Friday at the Havana Convention Center. Read More

Acid rain increases in Cuba

Cuban scientists monitoring environmental pollution said on Monday that there is &quot;a tendency of an increase in the acid rain&quot; in the country. Read More

Cuba urges water conservation amid drought that leaves its reservoirs at 40 pct capacity

HAVANA (AP) — Cuba is urging people to save water amid what it is calling a &quot;critical&quot; and &quot;tense&quot; drought that has left reservoirs at 40 percent capacity. Read More

Pinar del Río reduces pollution

The Cuyaguateje is one of the most plentiful rivers in Cuba Read More

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