With more and more Americans becoming more conscious of the mammoth level of influence and power that foreign oil has on our nation it is no surprise that Congressman Jerry McNerney and Martin Cheek have come together to pen an in-depth look at the true danger of fossil fuels not only to the environment but also to the American way of life.Clean Energy Nation brings credible evidence of government tampering of scientific data showing the impact of climate change. McNerney and Cheek set the record straight by countering misinformation that lobbyists and politicians have vigorously sought to hide from the public.
Notably, Clean Energy Nation takes readers on a historically accurate tour of how our nation became so dependent on fossil fuel and who the key players in the start of a fossil-fuel age are from past to present.
Burning fossil fuels, our country’s primary form of energy production, is clearly causing irreversible impacts on environment, health and our economy. The oil cartels and politicians are lining their pockets with untold profits at the ultimate cost of everyday Americans.
Undoubtedly, there is no shortage of books talking about clean energy and fossil fuels and Clean Energy Nation takes the discussion up a notch by providing interested readers with all the facts they need to come to their own conclusion while painting a picture of where Americans need to make change.
Clean Energy Nation suggests potential alternative energy technologies such as Thermal Power, Wind Farms, Ocean Generated Energy, Biofuels (Methane, Ethanol, Biodiesel), Fusion Power, Geothermal Energy and Hydrogen.
It is clear from the excellent data provided in this book that no matter what Americans do we must focus on Alternative Energy in order to prevent a looming catastrophe.
Clean Energy Nation is available on Amazon and at bookstores nationwide.
About the authors:
Congressman Jerry McNerney, Ph.D., was elected to California’s 11th congressional district in November 2006. Reelected in 2008 and 2010, he is a member of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology; the Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment; and the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight. Prior to his time in Congress, he served as an energy consultant for Pacific Gas and Electric, FlowWind, and The Electric Power Research Institute.
Martin Cheek has been a journalist for more than two decades, specializing in articles on the latest developments in science and the high-tech industry.