The Power of Community - How Cuba Survived Peak Oil

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Sociopolitical Documentary published by Others in 2006 - English narration

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The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil is an American documentary film that explores the economic collapse and eventual recovery of Cuba following the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. Following the dramatic steps taken by both the Cuban government and citizens, its major themes include urban agriculture, energy dependence, and sustainability. The film was directed by Faith Morgan, and was released in 2006 by AlchemyHouse Productions Inc.

The film is a reflection of the peak oil scenario advocated by oil industry experts and political activists, including Matthew Simmons and James Howard Kunstler. The Cuban economy, heavily dependent on economic aid from the Soviet Union, suffered tremendously following the end of the Cold War. The nation lost half of its oil imports, and 85 percent of its international trade economy.[1] Cuba began a slow recovery focused not on finding new energy sources, but on rejecting consumption in favor of sustainable growth. Director Faith Morgan, together with the non-profit group The Community Solution, sought to educate his audience about peak oil and the impact it will have on transportation, agriculture, medicine, and other industries.

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