This is the third book Wilfred Candler has self-published on the problem of Global Warming and the first on the associated issues of our running out of Non-Renewable Natural Resources. These problems will lead us back to the lifestyle we enjoyed before 1750, with or without electricity. As discussed in his book, Wilfred argues that although there is popular agitation to reduce the use of fossil fuels, there is no widespread awareness of the severity of the crisis. In 1750 (and before), the world supported less than a billion people (much less in previous centuries), with horse-drawn transport, little international trade, and no electricity.
People are still promoting a switch to wind and solar electricity generation, seemingly unaware that this only provides intermittent power (think a dark, windless night) when cheaper, permanent, and continuous molten salt nuclear power is available.
Although this book does not have suggestions for how we are to go from eight to one billion people, it does make the case that this is a problem that needs to be addressed.