Ecotopia Emerging

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Banyan Tree Books, 1981 - Fiction - 326 pages
12 Reviews
Fiction. This prequel to ECOTOPIA is a multi-stranded novel that dramatizes the rise and triumph of a powerful American movement to preserve the earth as a safe, habitable environment. Its heroine is a brash and brilliant high school student who invents a better photovoltaic cell. People who also appear in ECOTOPIA first join the story in this epic vision of the birth of a new nation.

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Review: Ecotopia Emerging

User Review  - J - Goodreads

70s environmentalism wish-fulfillment in all of its decentralized, self-reliant, righteous and crunchy glory. It's much less entertaining than Ecotopia due to all-around boring writing and a plot that ... Read full review

Review: Ecotopia Emerging

User Review  - Indy - Goodreads

Ecotopia was a good read especially if you are someone who cares about the environment and human rights. At times it read more like a newspaper than an actual novel. Overall, it was revealing in ... Read full review

About the author (1981)

Ernest Callenbach is the author of "Ecotopia, "an environmental classic that has sold nearly a million copies, "Bring Back the Buffalo! A Sustainable Future for America's Great Plains" (UC Press), and "Ecotopia Emerging, "among other books. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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