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Ecolism 1&2 PDF

Utopian Eco-Socio-Economic System & Eco-City Summary Pay less but get more, work more to live better. Henri Maalouf   In this abstract, I outline the main benefits of the Eco-socio- economic system for people living an Eco-lifestyle in Eco-cities. The aim of this concept is to eliminate poverty and encourage governments to invest in people for a better return on investment. Each family owning an Eco-home and a decent living standard from the cradle to the grave must become compulsory human rights. Imagine living in an Eco-home where you can farm the small area of surrounding land and eat from it instead of starving. The Eco-home is in an organised and designed Eco-city, so you do not pay for electricity, water, transport, TV, phone, insurance, solicitor fees, internet, health and other outgoings. Imagine if the local authority has to train you on required skills and find you a job so you can repay your mortgage and live better. Otherwise, the local authority has to pay the interest on your mortgage and give you food to survive. Only then can poverty and homelessness be eliminated. Imagine an Eco-city surrounded by Eco-industries, businesses, agriculture, entertainment, utilities, information and communications technology (ICT) data centres and others, all designed to help you live a better life. The Eco-city is open for business 24/7 and it has plenty of jobs available to work flexible hours. Also, you can work from home, study at home, have access to the internet to explore the world, become self- employed and make your living. Imagine if the rich invest in the wellbeing of the poor, the poor become rich and the rich get reasonably richer, narrowing the gap of wealth between them. Imagine if the justice system does not consider the interests of the rich and powerful as more important than the welfare  of the poor. Imagine if the justice system acts like God, who can know the truth and everybody is equal as it would be on the judgment day. Imagine, if owning an Eco-home (for each family) is a compulsory human right. Imagine millions of people living in an Eco-city as a big family, caring for each other and supporting the wellbeing of each one of them. Imagine if the Eco-city is run as an efficient conglomerate that has to take care  of  those  families  from  the beginning till the end. Read more…

Ecolism 2 PDF

Summary of the Eco-City If a city is full of sins and hard to purify, recycle it into a new one that is built to be pure and sin-free. If we cannot make our socio-economic system fair for everyone, why don’t we create a new, fairer one? Henri Maalouf  This summary is for those who do not have the time to read the detail of this book and want to know about the concept in brief. The concept is to create one million Eco-homes in a self-sufficient and sustainable Eco-city, with surrounding Eco-industries and businesses. The aim is to employ all the unemployed, retired and anyone who can work for at least a few hours a day or a week. By doing so, governments can reduce the welfare spending and balance its economy. Consequently, more families can own Eco-homes, pay the mortgage, spend less and live better in an Eco-lifestyle. The design of the Eco-city, accompanied by an Eco-socio- economic system as described in Ecolism 1, ensures a better standard of living for the poorest, reduces the amount of public money spent on the welfare system and saves billions. Consequently, the national productivity increases, the government debts decrease and growth and revenue balance the national deficits. The Eco-city should have at least one million Eco-homes, surrounded by Eco-businesses, Eco-agriculture and Eco-industries to employ its residents as long as they are capable of working. The design of the Eco-socio-economic system for living an Eco-lifestyle in an Eco-city is a self-sufficient, independent human ecosystem that interacts with others but protects itself first. As an example, imagine if the European Union (EU), Scotland and Ireland shut their borders to England, would the English survive? There would be chaos, as there was in World War II. Therefore, the country’s economic ecosystem must be self-sufficient to survive external influences or international economic turmoil. Perhaps, in such circumstances, farmers will learn to produce more and be competitive and people must buy local products, even if it is more expensive, to sustain the country’s ecosystem as a matter of national security. Each Eco-home in the Eco-city is prefabricated from timber and costs £100,000. The interest rate is currently between 1.5 and 3%, so the cost of interest is about £125 to £250/month   for a family of four or for a couple living together. Read more…

Ecolism 1&2 used

Utopian Eco-Socio-Economic System & Eco-City Summary Pay less but get more, work more to live better. Henri Maalouf In this abstract, I outline the main benefits of the Eco-socio- economic system for people living an Eco-lifestyle in Eco-cities. The aim of this concept is to eliminate poverty and encourage governments to invest in people for a better return on investment. Each family owning an Eco-home and a decent living standard from the cradle to the grave must become compulsory human rights. Imagine living in an Eco-home where you can farm the small area of surrounding land and eat from it instead of starving. The Eco-home is in an organised and designed Eco-city, so you do not pay for electricity, water, transport, TV, phone, insurance, solicitor fees, internet, health and other outgoings. Imagine if the local authority has to train you on required skills and find you a job so you can repay your mortgage and live better. Otherwise, the local authority has to pay the interest on your mortgage and give you food to survive. Only then can poverty and homelessness be eliminated. Imagine an Eco-city surrounded by Eco-industries, businesses, agriculture, entertainment, utilities, information and communications technology (ICT) data centres and others, all designed to help you live a better life. The Eco-city is open for business 24/7 and it has plenty of jobs available to work flexible hours. Also, you can work from home, study at home, have access to the internet to explore the world, become self- employed and make your living. Imagine if the rich invest in the wellbeing of the poor, the poor become rich and the rich get reasonably richer, narrowing the gap of wealth between them. Imagine if the justice system does not consider the interests of the rich and powerful as more important than the welfare  of the poor. Imagine if the justice system acts like God, who can know the truth and everybody is equal as it would be on the judgment day. Imagine, if owning an Eco-home (for each family) is a compulsory human right. Imagine millions of people living in an Eco-city as a big family, caring for each other and supporting the wellbeing of each one of them. Imagine if the Eco-city is run as an efficient conglomerate that has to take care  of  those  families  from  the beginning till the end. Read more…

Ecolism 1 PDF

 Utopian Eco-Socio-Economic System Summary Pay less but get more, work more to live better. Henri Maalouf In this abstract, I outline the main benefits of the Eco-socio- economic system for people living an Eco-lifestyle in Eco-cities. The aim of this concept is to eliminate poverty and encourage governments to invest in people for a better return on investment. Each family owning an Eco-home and a decent living standard from the cradle to the grave must become compulsory human rights. Imagine living in an Eco-home where you can farm the small area of surrounding land and eat from it instead of starving. The Eco-home is in an organised and designed Eco-city, so you do not pay for electricity, water, transport, TV, phone, insurance, solicitor fees, internet, health and other outgoings. Imagine if the local authority has to train you on required skills and find you a job so you can repay your mortgage and live better. Otherwise, the local authority has to pay the interest on your mortgage and give you food to survive. Only then can poverty and homelessness be eliminated. Imagine an Eco-city surrounded by Eco-industries, businesses, agriculture, entertainment, utilities, information and communications technology (ICT) data centres and others, all designed to help you live a better life. The Eco-city is open for business 24/7 and it has plenty of jobs available to work flexible hours. Also, you can work from home, study at home, have access to the internet to explore the world, become self- employed and make your living. Imagine if the rich invest in the wellbeing of the poor, the poor become rich and the rich get reasonably richer, narrowing the gap of wealth between them. Imagine if the justice system does not consider the interests of the rich and powerful as more important than the welfare  of the poor. Imagine if the justice system acts like God, who can know the truth and everybody is equal as it would be on the judgment day. Imagine, if owning an Eco-home (for each family) is a compulsory human right. Imagine millions of people living in an Eco-city as a big family, caring for each other and supporting the wellbeing of each one of them. Imagine if the Eco-city is run as an efficient conglomerate that has to take care  of  those  families  from  the beginning till the end. Read more…