Leif Davenport – This drug turns a death sentence into a manageable chronic condition for a dollar a dose, but you can’t have it.
Buck Rogers – Trapped in time from sanctions and isolation, Cuba’s marine ecosystems are still thriving.
Havana, Cuba, is a world leader in urban agriculture. After the collapse of the Soviet Bloc, food production was decentralised from large mechanized state farms to urban cultivation systems. Today more than 50 per cent of Havana’s fresh produce is grown within the city limits, using organic compost and simple irrigation systems.