1989-90, “Invisible Walls.” Preproduction funding for a one-hour television documentary was obtained, internationally recognized experts agreed to advise and/or appear, scriptwriter and director, both Emmy award-winners, were lined up, and a script was produced. Production funding could not be secured.
1981, “Stacked Condos at 27 Units per Acre,” Dec. 1981 Housing, pp. 38-39, a McGraw-Hill publication. (An exemplar of energy conserving, passive solar, land conserving, urban infill housing.)
1979, “Six Units on 7, 600 sq. ft.,” front cover and pp. 60-63, February, 1979, Housing, a McGraw-Hill publication. (An exemplar of energy conserving, land conserving, urban infill housing.)
1974, Proposal for an Integrated Energy System for Buildings, utilizing solar energy and radiant heat-cooling, The Eco-Tech Foundation, Inc. Funding not obtained.
1971-3. Organized and planned an eco-community for 38 families to be developed on 188 acres east of of Cincinnati. Abandoned as the dangers of a nuclear reactor to be built nearby became apparent. Published as “One Man’s, Dream,” The Enquirer Magazine, The Cincinnati Enquirer, July 30, 1972, pp. 14 – 20.
1972, founded Ecotech Foundation along with Frederick R. G. Sanborn and became its president. Ecotech was a nonprofit Ohio corporation set up to take a holistic view of environmental problems and look for cures in areas of the basic causes of these problems, the consumer and his lifestyle.
1969-70 consultant to Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana Regional Planning Authority for a new town as part of its 1990 plan. Plan abandoned when directorship of OKI changed.
1968, “Peter Seidel’s Model City,” one-hour documentary, University of Michigan Television.
1968, A Proposal for Urban Development, a further development of Central-Linear City done at the University of Michigan with the help of a Horace R. Rackham Faculty Research Grant.
1964, Central–Linear City, a scheme for high density urban development along transportation routes giving priority to livable neighborhoods making automobiles unnecessary, and preserving nature. Produced while teaching at Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
2015, There is Still Time: to Look at the Big Picture and Act, Cincinnati, Ohio, 360° Editions, ISBN 978-0-578-15543-2
2011, “To Achieve Sustainability,” World Futures: the journal of general evolution, Volume 67 Issue 1, 2011, pp. 11 – 29, Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, London.
2009, “Is It Inevitable That Evolution Self-Destruct?” Futures: the journal of policy planning and futures studies, Vol. 41, no. 10, Dec. 2009, pp. 754 — 759. Elsevier, Amsterdam.