Sonic Boom Random House, 2009
Published in early 2009, at the low point of the Great Recession, predicts the global economy will recover; that developing world poverty will decline; that inequality will worsen. All happened.
A book you must read
Eric Schmidt, executive chair of Alphabet (parent company of Google)
I strongly recommend this book to anyone who wants deep insights into the future
Gary Becker, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics
A Moment on Earth Viking, 1995
Published in 1995 to enormous controversy, predicts that all environmental trends other than greenhouse gas levels are turning positive in the developed nations and eventually will turn positive in the developing world. Describes in detail public-policy steps to prevent climate change. More than two decades later, nearly everything in this 745-page volume has stood the test of time.
The most important book about the environment since Silent Spring
William Reilly, Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Deserves to be read, investigated, argued about and honored
The New York Times Book Review