Looking Back on Cuba Facing Forward conference 2015

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Panel 1 Ecology, culture, and community discussion. From left to right: Alejandro Echeverri, David Guggenheim, Jorge Angulo Valdés, Dilip da Cunha, Aynel Alvarez Guerra, Dave Hampton.

On November 14, the Cuba Facing Forward conference sparked an ongoing multi-party conversation leading to guiding principles for economic, ecological, and cultural resilience in Cuba.

A diverse audience drawn from students and faculty, the local community, and the business community interacted with  15 speakers, including 3 graduate students and 11 panelists from the fields of architecture; urban planning; international law, policy, and finance; and marine science, research, and environmental advocacy.

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Closing discussion and way forward. From left to right: Aynel Alvarez Guerra, Gabriel Fuentes, David Smith, Adolfo Garcia, Joseph Scapaci, Miguel Coyula, Belmont Freeman, David Guggenheim, Jorge Angulo Valdés, Anya Brickman Raredon.
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Closing discussion and way forward. From left to right: Aynel Alvarez Guerra, Gabriel Fuentes, David Smith, Adolfo Garcia, Joseph Scapaci, Miguel Coyula.
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