Environmental/natural resource issue:
If Cuba is known for anything, it would have to be there popularized coral reefs and their tourist attractions. The country is filled with thousands of miles of coral reef ecosystems which are pristine and healthy. But experts fear that Cuba may face degradation and coral reefs eventually will disappear if precautions are not taken. And also believe with the expansion of tourism, mechanized agriculture and oil exploration, it could possibly threaten its well-preserved natural ecosystems. The stakes of environment protection are high, even with Cuba being extremely rich in biodiversity. These environmental issues are not new, this has an impact on the lives of people, like access to drinking water, waste treatment, noise, air pollution in urban areas and others. This demonstrates the importance of the geographic topic because it develops knowledge of the environment it focuses on the understanding and resolving issues about the environment.
Cuba was isolated for a long-period of time because of the American trade ban. The …show more content…
Before, Fidel Castro became president there was a time where Cuba was like the rest of Latin America it held a religious foundation. The Communist Party ruled the island, so churches were closed, nationalized properties owned by a religious organization. Soon, little by little, religion made a comeback; the government eased restrictions on open displays of religion and even churches were reopened. The Catholic Church has become active in the political arena, challenges still exist, but religious figures are hopeful for the future and that there religious communities continue to thrive. Religion demonstrates the importance of geography through the distribution of religion within different parts of the world. Geographers usually try to understand how religious beliefs and practices affect the people of that society and