Film screening: Power of Community - how Cuba survived Peak Oil

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At a time of spiraling oil prices, the global food crisis, & the threat of catastrophic climate change, the story of how tiny Cuba survived after losing access to oil is an important and inspiring one.
How could a poor country, blockaded by the world's most powerful nation, be named by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) as the world's only sustainable country?

Find out about Cuba's transition from fossil-fuel based agriculture, to small organic farms and urban gardens. What can we learn from this reorganisation on sustainable lines - as we confront the urgent environmental and social challenges?

"Everyone who is concerned about Peak Oil needs to see this film" Richard Heinberg, author of The Party's Over.

Film screening: Power of Community - how Cuba survived Peak Oil
Kureelpa Hall, Cnr Mapleton & Jewett Rds, Kureelpa
20 September 2008

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