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Cubans find preparing for climate change hard, expensive and essential

HAVANA -- The Malecon stretches for 5 miles along the coast of Havana, flanked by a line of old, pastel-colored buildings. Despite its time-worn look, this emblematic seaside esplanade buzzes with activity. During the last couple of years, the area has undergone sporadic renovation in the hopes of bringing it back to its former glory, but now there is a bigger change being put in place: No more residential development will be allowed on the oceanfront. This decision, and many others like it, can be traced back to the impacts of Hurricane Wilma in October 2005.


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