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  • Nan Hildreth
    Why are gasoline prices going up? How will it affect our lives? will be answered by the documentary, End of Suburbia, and oil expert, Matthew Simmons. See
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 12, 2005
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      "Why are gasoline prices going up? How will it affect our lives?" will be answered by the documentary, End of Suburbia, and oil expert, Matthew Simmons.  See them at the Museum of Fine Arts on September 14, 7pm.   Simmons, who is interviewed in the documentary, will answer questions after the movie.  Simmons has spoken to 30 industry groups on the future of oil supplies in the last year.

      Please bring a friend to this provocative evening. 

      Nan Hildreth

      MEDIA RELEASE
      CONTACT: Reginald Adams
      August 5, 2005

      End of Suburbia and Matthew Simmons
      Wednesday, September 14, 7pm, at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston

      Synopsis of the movie: Since World War II North Americans have invested much of their newfound wealth in suburbia. It has promised a sense of space, affordability, family life and upward mobility. But as we enter the 21st century, serious questions are beginning to emerge about the sustainability of this way of life. With brutal honesty and a touch of irony, the End of Suburbia explores the American way of life and its prospects as the planet approaches a critical era, as global demand for fossil fuels begins to outstrip supply. World Oil Peak and the inevitable decline of fossil fuels are upon us, say some experts in this documentary.

      Matthew Simmons, who is interviewed in the documentary, is the CEO of the world's largest Energy Investment Bank, Simmons & Co. International, with clients including Halliburton and the World Bank. Simmons is a also a member of the US Council on Foreign Relations and the National Petroleum Council's Natural Gas Task Force and, as such, has contributed "insider" perspective and hard facts to the study of Peak Oil and its effects.

      Mr. Simmons will be available to answer questions after the screening of the End of Suburbia on Wednesday, September 14, 7pm at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1001 Bissonnet at Main Street.

      www.realfilms.org/upcomingfilms.html#sept
      www.EndofSuburbia.com

      Price: $6:00/person ($5.00 for museum members, seniors & students)
      Presented by: the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
      Film Sponsors: Documentary Alliance, Realfilms & The Houston Sierra Club
      Contact: Reginald Adams, 713-269-2711
      Reginald.Adams@...


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    • Nan Hildreth
      Why are gasoline prices going up? How will it affect our lives? will be answered by the documentary, End of Suburbia, and oil expert, Matthew Simmons. See
      Message 2 of 2 , Aug 12, 2005
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        "Why are gasoline prices going up? How will it affect our lives?" will be answered by the documentary, End of Suburbia, and oil expert, Matthew Simmons.  See them at the Museum of Fine Arts on September 14, 7pm.   Simmons, who is interviewed in the documentary, will answer questions after the movie.  Simmons has spoken to 30 industry groups on the future of oil supplies in the last year.

        Please bring a friend to this provocative evening. 

        Nan Hildreth

        MEDIA RELEASE
        CONTACT: Reginald Adams
        August 5, 2005

        End of Suburbia and Matthew Simmons
        Wednesday, September 14, 7pm, at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston

        Synopsis of the movie: Since World War II North Americans have invested much of their newfound wealth in suburbia. It has promised a sense of space, affordability, family life and upward mobility. But as we enter the 21st century, serious questions are beginning to emerge about the sustainability of this way of life. With brutal honesty and a touch of irony, the End of Suburbia explores the American way of life and its prospects as the planet approaches a critical era, as global demand for fossil fuels begins to outstrip supply. World Oil Peak and the inevitable decline of fossil fuels are upon us, say some experts in this documentary.

        Matthew Simmons, who is interviewed in the documentary, is the CEO of the world's largest Energy Investment Bank, Simmons & Co. International, with clients including Halliburton and the World Bank. Simmons is a also a member of the US Council on Foreign Relations and the National Petroleum Council's Natural Gas Task Force and, as such, has contributed "insider" perspective and hard facts to the study of Peak Oil and its effects.

        Mr. Simmons will be available to answer questions after the screening of the End of Suburbia on Wednesday, September 14, 7pm at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1001 Bissonnet at Main Street.

        www.realfilms.org/upcomingfilms.html#sept
        www.EndofSuburbia.com

        Price: $6:00/person ($5.00 for museum members, seniors & students)
        Presented by: the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
        Film Sponsors: Documentary Alliance, Realfilms & The Houston Sierra Club
        Contact: Reginald Adams, 713-269-2711
        Reginald.Adams@...
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