Fossil Fuels: Heading Towards 2010

Australia, 1990

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Episode number 12 of Series “Under southern skies”.
Continued life on this planet is dependent on our ability to maintain a balance with our biosphere and our resources. In the pursuit of a sustainable world, humans need to examine their direction on behalf of all living species. Sue Hanckel examines the paradox of a world which is trying to feed its billions and develop economically yet at the same time create a sustainable future for the generations to come. Particular attention is paid to our over dependence on fossil fuels and ways in which alternative forms of energy can be developed.

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