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The End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of The American Dream is a 2004 documentary film concerning peak oil and its implications on the suburban lifestyle. This film is critical of widespread use of ' cheap energy ' policies especially in the transportation sector and argues that technological fixes such as biofuels and hydrogen are unfeasible. According to the film, a major reorganization of urban land use is needed to decrease transportation; also, some aspects of the global economy will have to be rolled back, such as long-distance shipping of food. Further, this film claims people and organizations will enter a counter-productive and damaging period of denial as the economy restructures to lower energy use.

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The End of Suburbia


Directed by Gregory Greene



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