At a time of spiralling oil prices, and 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 to small organic farms and urban gardens. What can we learn from this reorganisation on sustainable lines - as we confront the urgent challenges of Climate Change and Peak Oil?
Event: Sunshine Coast film screening: Power of Community - how Cuba survived Peak Oil
Maroochy Neighbourhood Centre, No. 2, Fifth Ave, Cotton Tree
1pm Start, 30 August 2008
For further information please contact:
Community and environment newspaper Green Left Weekly
Phone: 0410 629 088
Maroochy Neighbourhood Centre, Not Assigned
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