A new book by the New York Times bestselling author and journalist Neil Postman explores the hidden costs of fossil fuel consumption and why it may not be sustainable for future generations.

Postman’s new book, “The Price of Fossil Fuels,” is available now in print and Kindle.

Posters of the book have been spotted in airports, schools, parks, and other locations around the world.

“This book is not about whether the fossil fuel industry is going to be the savior of our planet or not, but rather why we are the ones that have to make the choices,” Postman told the New Yorker.

“We can’t all live happily ever after with this lifestyle.

This is what we have to decide to make.

It’s the cost of fossil fuels.

It is what the climate system is designed to bear.”

Postman, who is best known for his work covering climate change for the New Republic, was the first to publish the theory that humans were the cause of global warming.

The book was first published in 2007.

It focuses on the idea that the planet is warming faster than the scientists and politicians have been saying, and that the consequences are dire.

The fossil fuel companies, Postman says, have used their control over the global economy to suppress this truth.

In his book, Postmann describes how fossil fuel industries and governments have used public health, environmental protection, public transportation, the Internet, food, and others to promote fossil fuel extraction.

“They’ve been using the courts and the press to force their agenda,” Postmen said.

“It’s not just fossil fuel.

The media, too, is the enemy of the planet, because they have a monopoly over the news.”

Fossil fuel extraction, Postmans claim, is an expensive and inefficient way to make energy.

It requires thousands of people working on a site and hundreds of thousands of tons of sand, sand and metal, and is very energy intensive.

The process of extracting the fossil fuels is an investment in time and money, and it can have a long-term negative impact on the climate.

“I think the fossil-fuel industry has gotten really, really good at managing these things,” Postmans said.

Postmans says that he learned about fossil fuel development from his wife, a former Wall Street Journal reporter.

“She taught me that the world was not the way it was,” Postmans wife said.

She worked as a reporter for the Associated Press in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

She also wrote a book about fossil fuels called “The Collapse of Western Civilization,” which was widely criticized by environmentalists and some politicians.

“My husband was a Wall Street reporter and a Wall St. Journal reporter,” Postmes wife said, adding that she was also a financial journalist.

“He didn’t like the way he was treated by Wall Street,” she said.

But she said that their relationship developed over time.

“When she told me about her book, I knew that I had to read it,” she recalled.

“But she taught me something about how things are really done.”

In the book, the couple outlines the many ways that fossil fuel production has damaged the environment and human health.

“The fossil fuel lobby has bought itself a monopoly on the media and the public discourse.

It controls the public policy of the United States,” Postmorons wife said in an interview with The New Yorker last month.

“And it’s gotten a lot of people killed.”

The book also focuses on some of the ways that the fossil industry has abused its control over public health.

The industry has lobbied for the repeal of laws that protect children from toxic air pollution and for the expansion of nuclear power plants.

It has also lobbied for more regulations on genetically modified crops, which are harmful to human health and the environment.

“One of the things that was most shocking to me was that there were so many things in this book that I’d never seen before that were very shocking,” Postmon said.

In addition to the environmental impacts, the book also examines the ways in which fossil fuel producers have used government to manipulate the price of fossil-fuels.

“There are all kinds of loopholes and all kinds in the laws,” Postmann said.

The government allows for the extraction of fossil reserves for financial purposes and other reasons.

“In many cases, the government is allowing the companies to extract oil and gas at much lower prices than they would have to sell it for,” Postmoans wife explained.

“If the government really wanted to help the environment, it could just buy up some of these reserves.”

But that is not the case, according to Postmans wife.

“Instead, they sell the oil and the gas for a higher price, and then the government buys it at a much higher price,” Postms wife said of the fossil oil and natural gas companies.

“For example, they could buy the oil for $4.60 per barrel, but they could sell it at $60 a barrel for $1.50