Includes interviews with Richard Heinberg, William R. Catton, Lester Brown, James Hansen, Bill McKibben, Ted Caplow, David Pimentel, Matt Savinar, Terry Tamminen, Elke Weber, Derrick Jensen, David Korten, Kenneth Deffeyes
Photographed and edited by Adolfo Doring ; original music composed and performed by Randall Wallace
"[This film] explores the inextricable link between the energy we use, the way we run our economy, and the multiplying threats that now confront the environmental health and stability of our planet. Taking as its starting point the inevitable energy depletion scenario known as "Peak Oil," the film surveys a fascinating range of the latest intellectual, political, and scientific thought to make the case that by whatever means of greed, wishful thinking, neglect, or ignorance, we now find ourselves at a disturbing crossroads: we can continue to burn fossil fuels and witness the collapse of our ecology, or we can choose not to and witness the collapse of our economy." -- Container.
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