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The power of community how Cuba survived peak oil

Morgan, Faith. (Added Author). Murphy, Eugene (Eugene R.) (Added Author). Quinn, Megan. (Added Author). Cromer, Bruce. (Added Author). Community Service, Inc. (Added Author).

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  • 9 of 10 copies available at Sitka. (Show)
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780910420327
  • ISBN: 0910420327
  • Physical Description: 1 videodisc (53 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. (DVD)
  • Publisher: Yellow Springs, Ohio : Community Service, Inc., c2006.

Content descriptions

General Note: Special features: Student agriculture featurette; Eco village featurette; Rural solar energy featurette; Architecture featurette.
Creation/Production Credits Note: Associate producer, Tom Blessing IV; edited by Eric Johnson; cinematography in Cuba, Gregory Greene, Faith Morgan; cinematography in U.S. by Tom Blessing IV, Faith Morgan; original percussion by Bob Thompson.
Participant or Performer Note: Narrator, Bruce Cromer; Interviewees: Jorge Mario, Rachel Bruhnke, Eugene 'Pat' Murphy, Megan Quinn, Matt Simmons, Richard Heinberg.
Summary, etc.: "When Cuba lost access to Soviet oil in the early 1900s, the country faced an immediate crisis -- feeding the population -- and an ongoing challenge: how to create a new low-energy society. Cuba transitioned from large, fossil-fuel intensive farming to small, less energy-intensive organic farm and urban gardens, and from a highly industrial society to a more sustainable one." -- Container.
System Details Note:
Subject: Energy conservation -- Cuba
Renewable energy sources -- Cuba
Sustainable development -- Cuba
Energy consumption -- Cuba
Sustainable agriculture -- Cuba
Cuba -- Economic conditions -- 1990-
Nanaimo Reserves.
Genre: Documentary films.
Topic Heading: DVD
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