Post Profile

Cuba counts the cost of deadly Hurricane Irma

Cuba emerged from a 72-hour thrashing by Hurricane Irma on Monday with three-quarters of the population without power, as the country began the task of restoring basic infrastructure and services.
read more

See more about: Hurricane Irma

Related Posts

Hurricane Irma live updates: Florida evacuates millions as superstorm makes landfall in Cuba

Local Interest / Cuba : The Guardian: Cuba

A quarter of Florida’s population is ordered to leave, and Irma is restored to category five strength as it pummels Cuba Hurricane Jose close to category five as it approaches Barbuda Irma’s destruction: island by island Where is Ir...

Post-Irma, Utilities Face ‘One of the Largest Industry Restoration Efforts in US History’

Issues & Causes / Climate Change : Greentech Media

Hurricane Irma has left millions people without electricity, as winds, rain and storm surges have brought down grid infrastructure across Florida and Georgia. With the storm still thrashing its way inland toward Alabama and the Caro...

Hurricane Irma pounds Florida; extent of damage not yet clear

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Reuters Environment Blog

TAMPA, Fla.,/MIAMI (Reuters) - Hurricane Irma pounded heavily populated areas of central Florida on Monday as it carved through the state with high winds, storm surges and torrential rains that left millions without power, ripped ro...

In Florida after Irma, 391,000 customers still without power

News : The Raw Story

Florida utilities said on Monday they restored power to about 95 percent of the 7.8 million homes and businesses knocked out by Hurricane Irma, leaving some 391,000 customers still without electricity. Based on the number of individ...

Caribbean faces hard road to recovery after Irma's ravages

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Reuters Environment Blog

HAVANA (Reuters) - From Cuba to Antigua, Caribbean islanders began counting the cost of Hurricane Irma on Sunday after the brutal storm left a trail of death, destruction and chaos that could take the tourist-dependent region years ...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC