Upcoming Book 'The Influence of Man' Covers Modern, Controversial, and Hot-Button Topics -- Including Climate Change Science
AUSTIN, Texas, June 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ On July 1, 'The Influence of Man' will be released and available for immediate purchase. Matthew A. Gallagher makes his debut as an author with a work of subjective non-fiction, which critically analyzes U.S. & Global statistics of concern, divisive behaviors of racism/sexism/classism, reviews concepts of climate change science, coins a new term to describe man-made actions that contribute to global warming, introduces a basic mathematical framework to analyze man-made impacts on climate, and more.
The 85-page work is a comprehensive and succinct analysis on the influence mankind has had on the world and covers a wide range of topics: U.S. and global statistics of concern, racism/sexism/classism, archaic ideologies present in modern society, parables designed to challenge reader perceptions of the world, criticism of current educational models, and a review of one of the greatest threats to the longevity of mankind: climate change.
This release could not be timelier, coming on the heels of both President Trump's announcement of U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, shifting the United States away from a position of leadership in sustainable energy, and Al Gore's upcoming sequel to "An Inconvenient Truth."
"U.S. citizens have a responsibility to be educated in the areas of climate change, climate change science, and climate action. We must hold industries, elected officials, and ourselves accountable for the future we are collectively building. The first step in changing course is understanding the interrelation of complex systems that influence our global climate and making data-driven decisions in policy, while also adapting consumer behavior to match our impact," says Gallagher.
'The Influence of Man' releases Saturday, July 1, 2017, and is available for pre-order now through Amazon and other online retailers in eBook, paperback, and hardcover formats.
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SOURCE Matthew A. Gallagher, Author of "The Influence of Man"