Award-winning Biology Professor Writes '“How Are You, Mother Earth?'
Author Gordon Hunter is a retired biology professor with nearly 35 years of teaching under his belt. In his new book, "How Are You, Mother Earth?: We're Taking You to the Doctor!" (published by Trafford Publishing), he takes his lessons on environmental health out of the classroom and puts them into the hands of young readers.
"I drive a hybrid car, have solar panels on my house, I recycle, I use the latest improvements of low-wattage lighting, etc," Hunter says. "I use every opportunity to inform the public of the dangers of global warming and climate change."
Focusing on global warming, climate change and natural energy consumption, "How Are You, Mother Earth?" puts the current state of the environment into perspective without complicated scientific explanations.
In the book, Hunter proposes that government, corporations and the general public work together toward environmental sustainability. He hopes to encourage readers to think twice about their choices and actions when it comes to the environment.
"We know how to correct it," he stresses. "All we need now is the unity to make it happen."
"How Are You, Mother Earth?"
By Gordon Hunter
Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5 in | 56 pages | ISBN 9781466993556
E-Book | 56 pages | ISBN 9781466993549
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Gordon Hunter is an award-winning professor of biology with 42 years of experience in the sciences as a radar instructor in the U.S. Air Force, a public school science teacher and a science-teaching consultant for public school teachers.
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