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Shane Collins: Peak Oil, Drugs & Crime

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During a talk at the Urban Green Fair in Brockwell Park, south London Green Party Member Shane Collins discusses the need for government and social shifts in order to adapt to a changing world where oil levels are diminishing and drug crimes are still destroying communities. 

He explores how the government and communities can work together to build cohesive societies.

The Urban Green Fair is a Community Interest Company (CIC), providing a simple step to a sustainable future.

'Earth Mother Nature' employs abstract delivery of educational information and messages exploring social and green issues that were presented in spoken word and discussion at the urban Green Fair 2010. The film ponders on an array of issues from depleting natural resources to the dreaded credit crunch while exploring a more sustainable personal and community lifestyle, whilst integrating a global point of view 

 

http://www.earthmothernature.com

http://www.myndz-community.com/projects/earth-mother-nature/film/

http://www.urbangreenfair.org/

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