The End of Suburbia
This provocative documentary examines the history of suburban life and the wisdom of this distinctly American way of life. A post-World War II concept, suburbia attracted droves of people, giving rise to sprawl and all that comes with it -- good and bad. How has the environment been affected by this lifestyle, and is it sustainable? "We're literally stuck up a cul-de-sac in a cement SUV without a fill-up" - James Howard Kunstler
Global oil peak and the inevitable decline of fossil fuels are upon us now, Are today's suburbs destined to become the slums of the future? This is a short version of "The End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of The American Dream", a documentary about the end of the age of cheap oil. The complete 78-minute version of The End of Suburbia is available on DVD at www.endofsuburbia.com. Director: Gregory Greene, 2004.
DVD available on Netflix.
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