A two-decade fuel shortage turned the island into a laboratory for
energy conservation. Education plays a key role in helping the economy function.

Teaching Cuba's Energy Revolution

A billboard "An energy revolution. saving more we will have more"

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In 2006, Gramma (national newspaper) reported that the solution to the energy problem “is not as simple as reducing carbon emissions in energy production and transportation; the current circumstances demand changes in the cultural
framework of producers and consumers, and a promotion of an energy consciousness.”

This article, by a Cuban educator, tells about this campaign to change the cultural framework and promote energy consciousness.

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