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24 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Guy McPherson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Guy McPherson, often where they are interviewed.

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24 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Guy McPherson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Guy McPherson, often where they are interviewed.

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S2E10: Climate Crisis ft. Guy McPherson Part 2 of 2

SemioBytes - Jewish and Christian Semiotics on Contemporary Issues
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In this episode Yoni and Terry interview Guy McPherson, a leading authority on climate crisis and cautionary voice on the masking effect. Part 2 of 2.

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Jul 01 2020

39mins

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A Chat about Extinction and Grief with Guy McPherson

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No Megan's Megacan this week we're afraid - instead here's an extended interview from Konrad's (AKA Ben's) upcoming film about collapse, called "We're All Going To Die". It's a talk from October 2019 with conservation biologist Guy McPherson, who says human life will be extinct by 2026. He hopes he's wrong, obviously, but that's not the point. The point is, what do you do with that knowledge?

Jun 28 2020

1hr 26mins

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S2E9: Climate Crisis ft. Guy McPherson Part 1 of 2

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In this episode Yoni and Terry interview Guy McPherson, a leading authority on climate crisis and cautionary voice on the masking effect. Part 1 of 2.

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Jun 16 2020

45mins

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Episode 188: Professor Guy McPherson

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Welcome to the Human Performance Outliers Podcast with hosts Dr. Shawn Baker and Zach Bitter. For this episode, Professor Guy McPherson joined the show. Guy is an American scientist, professor emeritus of natural resources and ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Arizona. He is known for the idea of Near-Term Human Extinction, a term he coined about the likelihood of human extinction by 2030. 

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Feb 21 2020

1hr 20mins

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Dr Guy McPherson

Evolve with Pete Evans
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Dr Guy McPherson is a conservation biologist, social critic, thought leader and expert witness. He is an internationally recognised speaker, award-winning scientist and the world's leading authority on abrupt climate change leading to near-term human extinction.


He is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Arizona and his published works include more than a dozen books and hundreds of scholarly articles. Dr McPherson has been featured on television and radio and in several documentary films. He's a blogger, cultural critic and co-host of his own radio show Nature Bats Last.


McPherson speaks to general audiences around the globe and to scientists, students, educators and non-for-profit business leaders who seek their best available options when confronting Earth’s cataclysmic changes.


Dr McPherson will share with us:

  • His philosophies and scientific evidence on the future of our planet and the future of our species.
  • The aerosol masking effect, and the parallel but opposite effects of global warming and global dimming.
  • How to understand the importance of a change in global average temperature.


To find out more about Dr Guy McPherson, please visit his website, GuyMcPherson.com.



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Dec 18 2019

1hr 17mins

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Guy McPherson and Near Term Human Extinction

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Guy McPherson, professor emeritus at the University of Arizona, returns to the show to talk about his blog Nature Bats Last. He believes we are in the end days as a species, and has paid the price for being so outspoken. Laura Calvert from Advocates for Urban Agriculture and Martha Boyd of Chicagoland Chicken Enthusiasts report on their opposition to a proposed ordinance that would ban roosters and impose fees and fines on people raising livestock in the city.

Sep 29 2019

1hr 44mins

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Mitchell Rabin Interviews Environmental Scientist Dr. Guy McPherson

A Better World with Mitchell Rabin
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Mitchell’s guest this week is University of Arizona Professor Emeritus, Guy McPherson, Ph.D.

Today, Mitchell interviews environmental scientist, Guy McPherson, about the true seriousness of our environmental plight this very moment.  Based on unfiltered science, Guy interprets the findings of global dimming, greenhouse gas overwhelm of our atmosphere and the presence of nuclear power plants throughout the world as painting a very dark future for humankind.

Guy R. McPherson is an American scientist, professor emeritus of natural resources and ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of Arizona. He is best known for promoting the idea of near term extinction (NTE), a term he coined about the possibility of human extinction as soon as 2030.

In May 2009, McPherson began transitioning to living on an off-grid homestead in southern New Mexico. McPherson authors a blog called “Nature Bats Last”, that focuses on global apollo earth picclimate change, energy decline and the possibility of imminent human extinction due to the increasing accumulation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. On November 1, 2015, McPherson was interviewed on National Geographic Explorer with host Bill Nye.

Regarding his NTE views, Andrew Revkin in The New York Times said McPherson was an “apocalyptic ecologist … who has built something of an ‘End of Days’ following”.Michael Tobis, a climate scientist from the University of Wisconsin, said McPherson was out of his depth and “is not the opposite of a denialist. He is a denialist, albeit of a different stripe.”

Guy was a guest on A Better World 9-2018  http://abetterworld.tv/mitchell-rabin-interviews-environmental-scientist-guy-mcpherson-ph-d-on-near-term-extinction

Mitchell Rabin is the Founder, President and CEO of A Better World Foundation & Media,  www.abetterworld.tvwww.mitchellrabin.com

Sep 18 2019

1hr 16mins

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Guy McPherson, Human Extinction

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Current events newscast with heavy theoretical component and call-ins

Sep 04 2019

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Guy McPherson, r/SorceryOfTheSpectacle, Ben Zweibelson

Speaking Broadly
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Current events newscast with heavy theoretical component and call-ins

Sep 04 2019

58mins

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Climate change may have already done enough damage to the earth that whatever we do now to stop it, may be too little, according to author Guy McPherson- Thom and his callers respond, and then- activist Paul Gunter on the dangers of nuclear power plants, plus- 'Cities: The First 6000 years' by Monica L. Smith.

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Guy Mcpherson, author most recently of 'Only Love Remains', joins Thom in studio to consider if it may be too late to human-caused climate change. Do you think he is right? Is there time to fix the damaging climate change effects or has the Arctic melted too much for us to stop it?  ~~~ Thom's insightful listeners add their ideas to the climate change debate. ~~~ Thom reads from 'Cities: The First 6000 Years' by Monica L. Smith. ~~~ Nuclear power plants are not prepared for the effects of climate change. Beyond Nuclear's Paul Gunter discussed the dangers of flooding, earthquakes and climate change on America's nuclear power infrastructure. ~~~ Thom reads from 'Midnight in Chernobyl: The Untold Story of the World's Greatest Nuclear Disaster' by Adam Higginbotham. ~~~ Thom checks in with Luke Vargas, Chief Foreign Correspondent for Talk Media News.

May 10 2019

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