When the flow of oil stopped (IV): Descentralization

INTENTOS PARA HACER FRENTE A LA CRISIS: LA DESCENTRALIZACIÓN

The way the economy had been organized in Cuba from 1959-1990 could not resist the impact of the dramatic drop of the energy supply, something we could call “Cuban peakoil”, and the country had to seek ways to copewith the new situation. Following are insights into attempts to cope focusing upon decentralization, transportation, food provision and housing.

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