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The Sustainable Prosperity Revolution of Evolution 2.0, Sustainable Economics and Prosumerism: The New Good Life, Hope for the Economy and the Future of Job Creation

We all wish for prosperity (abundance,) and security. But in these uncertain times, can we really count on having them? As we move toward making homes and raising families, wouldn't it be nice to know that we'll continue to prosper in a sustainable way? Of course, we all want that.

That's why we all in one way or another wish to transition toward a world that is built around the ideas of Evolution 2.0's sustainable prosperity. This new sustainable prosperity will create a sustainable economics, a sustainable new though less important form of capitalism, and a sustainable consumer (prosumer,) driven economy vs. the modern environment-destroying, excessive waste and pollute consumerism and unsustainable capitalism forms of today. (At first sustainable consumerism may seem like an oxymoron if you use only the definition of the word consumerism, but if continue reading you will discover a new definition and meaning for sustainable consumerism that will make sense.) 

This new definition put simply is; we want everyone to have ample sufficiency and abundance, live prosperously and to thrive sustainably--for the long term. We also want one person's prosperity to contribute to (not detract from) another's prosperity; we want increased, fair and open access and opportunity and better quality of life for everyone as well as everything in our environment! That's the simple basics of new sustainable prosperity, sustainable economics and sustainable consumerism/prosumer evolution!

If it sounds right to you, too, read all about sustainable prosperity in the links below and find out more about how this principle can:

a.) sustainably improve your life,

b.) create billions of good new jobs as we transition from the Second Industrial Revolution to the Third Industrial Revolution during the next 20 years. And,

c.) help us resolve the biggest economic and ecological challenges now facing humanity!