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Nature Bats Last is the most radical show on the radio. Hosts Mike Sliwa and Guy McPherson get to the root of relevant issues facing society. We begin by pointing out that despite our profound influence on the planet, the natural world cannot be overcome by human hubris.

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    • Natural Sciences
    • 4.7, 31 Ratings

Nature Bats Last is the most radical show on the radio. Hosts Mike Sliwa and Guy McPherson get to the root of relevant issues facing society. We begin by pointing out that despite our profound influence on the planet, the natural world cannot be overcome by human hubris.

    Nature Bats Last – 06.03.20

    Nature Bats Last – 06.03.20

    Kevin and Guy were joined in this pre-recorded show by Professor Corey Bradshaw of Flinders University. We discussed Professor Bradshaw’s renowned work on the consequences of rapid environmental change.

    • 55 min
    Nature Bats Last – 05.05.20

    Nature Bats Last – 05.05.20

    Show description: Kevin and Guy were joined by Kirkpatrick Sale, founder of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies and author of more than a dozen books. We discussed Kirkpatrick’s longtime and recent work on the topic of localization in light of the near-term collapse of the industrial economy.












     

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    Nature Bats Last – 04.15.20

    Nature Bats Last – 04.15.20

    Today we are delighted to have Paul Gunter on the show. Paul Gunter is a co-founder of the Clamshell Alliance anti-nuclear group. He has been arrested at Seabrook Station Nuclear Power Plant for non-violent civil disobedience on several occasions. An energy policy analyst and activist, he has been a vocal critic of nuclear power for more than 30 years. Gunter worked as the Director of the Reactor Watchdog Project for Nuclear Information and Resource Service for almost 20 years. In 2007, Gunter joined Beyond Nuclear as their nuclear reactor specialist.

    • 56 min
    Nature Bats Last – 03.04.20

    Nature Bats Last – 03.04.20

    Kevin and Guy were joined by George Taskraklides. We discussed George’s recent work at taskraklides.com, including the collapse of industrial civilization.

    • 54 min
    Nature Bats Last – 02.05.20

    Nature Bats Last – 02.05.20

    Kevin and Guy were joined by renowned biologist Paul Ehrlich, Bing Professor of Population Studies at Stanford University. We discussed recent developments in the ongoing Mass Extinction Event, including co-extinctions and the potential reduction of the aerosol masking effect as the worldwide insurance industry teeters on the brink.
     
     


     

    • 53 min
    Nature Bats Last – 01.07.20

    Nature Bats Last – 01.07.20

    Kevin and Guy were joined by Stephen Jenkinson, a guest on the show in September, 2015. Today’s discussion included the topics of Jenkinson’s personal history and his outlook on despair.
     
     

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Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

moreloveplease ,

Fantastic!

I applaud their courage for connecting the dots. Try as I may, I cannot find a credible counter argument to what they present. I hope the timeline is wrong, of course. But, feel that we need to know the truth. We must prepare and I hope to be able to mitigate some suffering if at all possible. Thank you Kevin and Guy!

DaffyJeffy ,

Great...and Important

Really insightful and important work...surprising fun and entertaining to boot.

NappyR ,

Technology Director

The "Nature Bats Last" podcast is one of the most informative podcasts of the many I follow. Dr. McPherson provides a thorough look at, and analysis of a wide range of scientific data, providing links to the source of each item of data. His conclusions are spot on, and I commend him for publicly stating what most climate scientists realize, but are afraid to state publicly for fear that the people of the planet can't handle the truth. Dr. McPherson and Mike Sliwa include detailed coverage of other significant news events, stripping away the coats of corporate and government spin applied by the mainstream media to those same events. They also provide an impressive collection of expert guests whom they interview in-depth. I highly recommend "Nature Bats Last" to all those who seek the unvarnished truth about our world, and where it is headed.

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