"In a remote monastery a religious order preserves secrets of modern science, whilst outside barbarism reigns over a nuclear wasteland. A religious viewpoint shows hope & charity as vital for survival"
"Unlike Jules Verne, who defines the technologically optimistic view of the engineer, Wells was the first writer who understood the implications of Darwin and Pasteur. Ecology saves us from Martian war"
"Cop thriller set in a world where unsustainability and over-population are really starting to bite. Badly adapted as the film Soylent Green, the original sees no cannibal food supply just social decay"
"The dispossessed are not possessed or owned. A scientist from an eco-conscious anarco-socialist society is protagonist for a narrative comparing the cold war dichotomy between capitalism and communism"
"The second of Macleod's series offers a before and after of the future of the world we are in today, and the transition to an environmentally sustainable one. A return to space shows progress prevail."