When I read Roy Morrison's Eco Civilization 2140, I wanted to run right out and tell everyone to get this book. The time is right for this creative and insightful approach to our desperate ecological problems. Our very survival depends on fresh, practical, optimistic ideas like this.
Roy Morrison's conclusion to address the destruction of our environment through the market economy and the elimination of income tax for an ecological value added tax is nothing less than brilliant!
Such common sense thinking on social policy is sorely needed in an age of category 5 hurricanes and melting ice caps. We can no longer afford to deny evidence of our nearsighted enviornmental and social policies. The time is ripe for a new vision that provides hope for our survival.
With any luck, this book will start a grassroots democratic dialogue that spreads like wildfire right up to the halls of Congress. This book has the potential to lead to "win-win" conclusions. If citizens, legislators, and social policy makers pay attention to visionaries like Mr. Morrison, we just might be able to save humanity and this beautiful planet.
Eco Civilization 2140: A Twenty-Second-Century History And Survivor's Journal by Roy Morrison is a comprehensive introduction to a range of ideas and innovations with respect to modern energy alternatives and potential ecological struggles and possible advancements for the coming generations. Delving deeply into modern economics and the study of the futuristic town of Warner, New Hampshire in the year 2140, with a conceptual and likely predictive analysis of the post-ecological crisis of the 21st century, Eco Civilization 2140 is an essential log and wide understanding of the future world and its history in the times between now and then. With its unique approach of "reversed historical perspective", Eco Civilization 2140 is highly recommended reading for environmental activists and policy makers for its post-modern ideals and grand interpretation of futuristic and near-future realistic study of political sciences, ecology, and energy studies.