Nonfiction book on fracking academic with references. 200 pages focusing on defining what it is with illustrations or photos and chapters on the environmental effects of fracking and the economic benefits as well as an evaluation of obtaining gas via fracking as an alternative to carbon based fossil fuels as an energy source. Only original writing. No cut and paste.
This should be written in an academic style but with an emotionally appealing introduction to get the readers attention. For example, stories of people who have had their lives effected by fracking. For Ex., Anna has her two 8 year old nieces living with her in her 300 foot trailer. The children are from upstate where their home is located near a fracking site. The fracking ponds are filled with toxic chemicals. The girls have been constantly sick since the fracking began. They have asthma and other medical problems since the fracking started. It impossible for the girls to live with their parents who must remain behind to work. Anna is an example of countless family members who have stepped up to help their families in areas where fracking has made everyday life impossible.