U.S.-Cuban Cooperation Needed on Offshore Drilling Safety
September 4, 2012 | Publication | Conservation & Sustainable Development

In Bridging the Gulf, the Environmental Defense Fund finds that current U.S. policy toward Cuba prevents oil companies operating off Cuba’s coast from accessing American equipment and expertise in the event of an oil disaster. The MacArthur-supported report asserts that direct cooperation between the United States and Cuba on ecological protection related to offshore drilling is the only effective way to protect the environmental and economic interests of both countries.

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