Ecotopia: The Notebooks and Reports of William Weston - Page 150-167 Summary & Analysis

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ECOTOPIA: CHALLENGE OR ILLUSION?

Here, Weston discusses where he sees Ecotopia going in the future and trying to sum up his Ecotopian experience for his final column. After six weeks of study, he still finds it hazardous to guess. He is forced to conclude that the Ecotopian experiment seems to be a success. The land is well cared for and productive, the air and water are cleaner, and food is plentiful and wholesome. Everything is operating on the stable state system, and it would seem that everything will continue to do so indefinitely.

WORK AND PLAY AMONG THE ECOTOPIANS

Not only do the Ecotopians have an unusually short work week, but they also have an interesting policy of covering for each other at work. Often an entire office will take off work to go hang out somewhere and leave only 1 or 2 people to cover the...

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