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Euterra Rising: The Last UtopiaEUTERRA RISING: THE LAST UTOPIA

Euterra Rising is the story of a 23rd century culture rising from the ashes of the 21st century Ruination of consumer culture and the Great Forgetting that followed loss of the Internet. This is the story of the Euterran civilization from its emergence amidst crisis to the continuing challenges it must overcome as it navigates a future without fossil fuels or a stable climate. Euterra also faces threats posed by remnant groups such as the Brotherhood who still cling to the values of the past and who pursue them with ruthless desperation. When the Brotherhood discovers Euterra, two worldviews, two different value systems, and two societies collide.

ISBN:  978-0-9784528-4-1
eBook ISBN:  978-0-9784528-5-8

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hidden-door_200x300The Hidden Door

In The Hidden Door, Mark A. Burch explores what sort of culture might appear if we took seriously the essential values and principles that form the deep structure of voluntary simplicity and used them to inform a new perspective of the good life? Might we discover an exit from the confining cell of consumer culture? Can we find the passage leading beyond individual lifestyle choice to cultural renaissance? This book aims to help speed this renaissance by widening the conversation about how we transition from the road to extinction to a path with heart that has a future.

ISBN: 978-0-9784528-6-5

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stepping_lightlyStepping Lightly

In Stepping Lightly, Mark A. Burch considers not only the deeper rewards of voluntary simplicity for individuals, but how the practice of simple living can be an essential part of the solution to the larger problems of sustaining human communities and the planet into the deep future. Thoughtful and eloquent, Stepping Lightly will appeal to a wide range of readers interested in committing themselves to leaving smaller ecological footprints now and in the future.

ISBN: 978-0-9784528-0-3

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