Inspired by a vision of soaring towers, high-speed transit cars, pristine skies, and blossoming gardens, we move beyond today's automobile-based urban model and embrace a design where the freedom of the individual is paramount and the human energy that defines city life flows unimpeded within an urban matrix engineered to allow for its highest expression. Author Vincent Frank Bedogne drafts a blueprint for what humanity's Evolution of Consciousness and adoption of Economics of Fulfillment make it possible to achieve-perfection of life on earth. We draw a plan for reconstruction of the earth's urban and ecological infrastructure: the city of tomorrow, the countryside of tomorrow, how we will get around and communicate. We embrace a new environmentalism, explore future sources of energy, reveal the solution to humanity's present energy crisis, and look at how we will build to withstand the climatic rigors imposed by a biosphere in evolution. Author of the Threshold to Meaning series and coauthor of Commonsense Guide to Current Affairs, Vincent Frank Bedogne has an academic background that ranges from business, accounting, and economics to physics, engineering, and physical anthropology. He has been a student of Teilhardian philosophy for nearly forty years.