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Sustainability Advocate and Writer Jeb Taylor Pens Revealing Book About the Complex Relationships Between Technology, Human Behavior, and Future Prospects of Civilization

This book will be featured at an annual book fair in Mexico next month.

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Requisite to adopting progressive social behavior is raising social awareness. Unfortunately, it will be extremely difficult to raise social awareness because, for many thousands of years, our ancestors established and promoted immutable beliefs and traditions that inhibit the raising of awareness.  

Since the adoption of agriculture 10,000 years, humanity has become materially progressive—yet remains socially conservative. We have failed to adopt appropriate progressive social behavior when sophisticated technologies emerged. This is what Jeb Taylor emphasizes in his book “A Handbook for Humanity: Seeking Sustainability in the Twenty-first Century.”
In “A Handbook for Humanity,” he warns that our situation has become untenable—that wars, pollution, overpopulation, climate change, and other issues exacerbated by the irresponsible use of technology now threaten civilization. Taylor blames the disparity that exists between progressive technology and conservative social behavior for these problems. He warns that if we allow this condition to prevail that we will soon exhaust Earth’s capacity to sustain us and that civilization will collapse.
Taylor acknowledges that sustainability could be achieved by regressing technologically—but dismisses that option as unrealistic. He states that our only hope to preserve civilization is to progress socially. In “A Handbook for Humanity” Taylor reveals not only why we have so far been unable to fulfill this obligation, but what we need to do to rectify this problem.
Above all, Taylor warns that maintaining the status quo is a death sentence for civilization—that we must quickly learn to become more responsible stewards of our planet.
Be socially responsible  and join Jeb Taylor’s advocacy as his book is unveiled at the 2019 Guadalajara International Book Fair. Recognized as the Feria Internacional del Libro in the Spanish-speaking world, this remarkable multicultural and literary event happens at the Exhibition Center Expo Guadalajara in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico on November 30, 2019 to December 8, 2019. Save the date!
“A Handbook for Humanity: Seeking Sustainability in the Twenty-first Century” is also available on Amazon. Grab a copy today!

A Handbook for Humanity: Seeking Sustainability in the Twenty-first Century
Author | Jeb Taylor
Publisher | Self-published
Published Date | August 28, 2019
Genre | Environmental and Social Awareness
ISBN-13 | 978-0-578-54644-5
Paperback Price | $8.99
About the Author
Jeb Taylor recognized the unsustainable nature of modern technology at a young age and began to reject the status quo. When he was 14 he attempted to stow away on an ocean liner to Australia, at 18 he spent a winter alone in the Alaskan wilderness learning aboriginal survival skills, and at 19 he canoed down the Yukon River picking up additional survival skills from Athabascan Indians. For all of his adult life, Taylor has maintained a very low impact life style—at times utilizing only stone tools. Eventually he realized that it was the irresponsible use of technology—not technology per se that was the problem, and began to seriously consider how modern technology could be utilized sustainably. He is passionately interested in Native American material cultures and is the author of the highly regarded book “Projectile Points of the High Plains.” He currently lives on the Salmon River in western Idaho where his is restoring an old stage station.

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 Jeb Taylor
 A Handbook For Humanity
 Seeking Sustainability In
 The Twenty-first Century
 Social Awareness

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