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Cuba: A Society Without Trees?

“It is called cyclone prevention. It is called telephony and electricity without ecological interference. It is called sanitation against disease. It is called sunlight. It is called power”: Orlando Luis Pardo thinks that the felling of trees might be “part of a deferred vengeance against the government”, but fears that “by the time this resistance triumphs, we will live in a country without trees.”

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