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Publisher Description

Imagine a world where poverty has been eliminated and global warming has been brought under control.

Imagine this can be done via a single program. Imagine that we can start on this today.

That's the world envisioned by Solar Dividends, which puts forth a bold new plan—use solar energy to pay for unconditional basic incomes for everyone on the planet. The idea is simple: we set up solar panels for each person, sell the electricity the panels generate, and deliver the money as solar dividends to the person as their basic income, for the rest of their life.

This program won't require tax money because the solar panels pay for themselves through the money they earn by generating electricity.  The money won't run out because the panels are maintained and replaced as needed. And we don't have to wait for an international treaty because every country receives enough raw solar energy to set up their own program.

Solar energy gives us a new way to pay for basic incomes, and basic incomes give us a new reason to build solar energy. Combining these two big ideas will lift everyone out of economic insecurity, reduce the carbon emissions that drive climate change, and assemble a clean energy system that can sustain us indefinitely into the future—all with one program. Solar Dividends makes clear the practical steps to bring about this positive future.

GENRE
Nonfiction
RELEASED
2019
September 17
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
139
Pages
PUBLISHER
Sandstone Publishing
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
591.9
KB

Customer Reviews

Concerned Stanford Physician ,

A compelling cure for a sickening earth

In Solar Dividends, Stayton, like a masterful physician, lays out the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment plan of a very complex disease. The stepwise plan of adding photovoltaic energy to the power grid without creating a new government funded program could appeal to people of all political backgrounds. The concept of distributing solar power through a non-government funded program thereby reducing poverty and welfare programs has equal bipartisan appeal. Like going to the moon in the 1960s this type of plan is far reaching, complex, involving human engineering and change. As Stayton points out, the fundamental change involves how we value the commodity of energy.

“Solar Dividends “ is a bold new idea and I hope that politicians, world leaders, and heads of corporation take notice and act

Concerned physician