Ecotopia: The Notebooks and Reports of William Weston - Study Guide Page 16-34 Summary & Analysis

Ernest Callenbach
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FOOD, SEWAGE, AND "STABLE STATES"

Weston has an appointment with the Minister of Food, but when he arrives for his interview, the Minister is busy and he is seen by an Assistant Minister instead. The Assistant Minister tells Weston about their sewage recycling system. Weston asks about the agricultural industry, and the Assistant Minister explains the farming practices and the sale of food in Ecotopia. He also tells Weston about the Bad Practices list, which uses public opinion to control the policies and behaviors of Ecotopian companies.

CAR-LESS LIVING IN ECTOPIA'S NEW TOWNS

Weston visits the new minicity called Alviso. Formerly a sleepy little village, Alviso has recently been redeveloped into a small urban area called a minicity. The streets of Alviso are narrow and winding, and they are mostly surrounded by park area and trees. They are all named instead of numbered, which Weston...

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