The first detailed account of Cuba's turn to a system of organic agriculture prepared on an international scientific delegation and fact-finding mission on low-input, sustainable agriculture which visited the island in late 1992....
|Title||:||Greening of the Revolution: Cuba's Experiment with Organic Agriculture|
|Number of Pages||:||85 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Greening of the Revolution: Cuba's Experiment with Organic Agriculture Reviews
nice short (almost pamphlet-like) book put out by global exchange about the cuban organic agricultural revolution in the early 90s. in short, after the soviet union collapsed and oil imports dried up, the cuban government avoided disaster by going green, making all agriculture organic and community-driven, opening up small-scale private ownership and reversing the industrial trend of food-making. everyone interested in organic agriculture, the environment, cuba, or peak oil, absolutely should read this and related books.
A concise, easy to read account of how the Cubans adopted organic, sustainable agriculture. Sure, the had to, but they still did. Interesting to see if they still are.
they do what they should, manage their own resources without any intervention from others countries. it's really what should we di here actually