Assuming his theory is correct about the demise of capitalism, he avoids being prescriptive about what life will be like after capitalism except to offer some broad features. For more specific descriptions of new societal organizations, I refer you to the models on the upper right hand side of my blog. [down from there now]
I especially like his metaphor of working people's relationship with the ruling capitalist classes as that of an abusive relationship with a spouse, and the similar recommendations about getting out of this relationship in order to heal.
I see capitalism as a system of abuse. The system grows by exploiting people and the planet as means to extract profit, and by refusing to be responsible for the ecological and social trauma caused by its abuse. Therefore I believe any real solutions to our problems must be aligned to both ecological justice and social justice. If we privilege one over the other, we will only cause more harm. The planet must be healed, and our communities must be healed as well. I would propose these two goals as a starting point to the discussion.