Environmental justice trip to Cuba in April 20-29‏

Jan 25, 2015 by

All are welcome to join this delegation! Professors, Students, Researchers, Activists!

Environmental Justice in Cuba:

A Study of Cuba’s Environmental and Social Policies & Practice

Havana and the Western Provinces • April 20 – 29, 2015 • (May Day Extension: April 30 – May 3)

One of the many farmers’ markets scattered across the island of Cuba, supplying fresh, organically and locally-grown produce to supplement the basic ration to which all Cubans are entitled as one of their economic, civil and human rights.

Eco Cuba Network, Green Cities Fund and the Task Force on the Americas invite you to participate in this educational Cuba tour for environmental justice activists, supporters, students and professors. We will study Cuba’s unique social and environmental justice policies and practice. (A trip extension is being arranged for those who want to remain in Cuba for May Day activities.)

Learn how we can achieve the equitable and sustainable societies we all deserve!


Eco Cuba Network is a California-based association of environmentalists devoted to interchange between US citizens and Cubans involved in environmental protection and sustainable development.

Green Cities Fund is international human and environmental rights organization with a license to arrange educational “people to people” Cuba tours.

Robert Murphy, MPH, M.Div. and tour co-organizer, is a Unitarian Minister and award winning Environmental Justice worker, currently based in Massachusetts.

Task Force on the Americas, headquartered in Marin County CA, is a 30-year-old non-profit human rights organization dedicated to educating US residents about the realities that exist in the western hemisphere and the role of our government throughout this area. (Director Dale Sorensen is a local contact: 415/924-3227 or geodale1@earthlink.net.)


$2200 (land only); plus $500 (approximate cost of round trip charter flight from/to Miami, visa and required Cuban health insurance)

Tour fee includes:

Double-room accommodations in 3-4 star hotel

Two meals per day

Full daily program

Transportation to and from all programmed activities

Experienced delegation guide/translator


Preparatory educational materials

Assistance of Marazul Charters, a licensed Cuba Travel Service Provider with 40 years’ experience


Please contact coordinator Pam Montanaro by email or call 510-319-4910 to request the registration packet for this Eco Cuba Network educational tour, as well as the “orientation packet” that contains more details on the practical and logistical aspects of the trip.

Please read through the web page for our Environmental Justice in Cuba tour that includes more information, weblinks and a Sample Program: http://www.ecocubanetwork.net/environmentaljustice2015

The Malecon, Havana’s waterfront


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