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Nature Bats Last is the most radical show on the radio. Hosts Kevin Hester and Guy McPherson get to the root of relevant issues facing society.

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Nature Bats Last is the most radical show on the radio. Hosts Kevin Hester and Guy McPherson get to the root of relevant issues facing society.

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31 Ratings
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Fantastic!

By moreloveplease - Oct 01 2019
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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!

Great...and Important

By DaffyJeffy - Feb 12 2017
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Really insightful and important work...surprising fun and entertaining to boot.

iTunes Ratings

31 Ratings
Average Ratings
26
3
1
0
1

Fantastic!

By moreloveplease - Oct 01 2019
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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!

Great...and Important

By DaffyJeffy - Feb 12 2017
Read more
Really insightful and important work...surprising fun and entertaining to boot.
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Nature Bats Last

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Nature Bats Last is the most radical show on the radio. Hosts Kevin Hester and Guy McPherson get to the root of relevant issues facing society.

Rank #1: Nature Bats Last – 11.06.19

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Kevin and Guy were joined by Canadian psychologist Peter Miller. The discussion included the individual psychological response to abrupt climate change and its outcome."

Nov 06 2019

58mins

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Rank #2: Nature Bats Last – 10.01.19

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Kevin and Guy were joined by freelance writer and environmental journalist Robert Hunziker. The discussion included indications of abrupt climate change throughout the world, the dangers associated with Fukushima, and the role of the Fourth Estate in a time of existential crises.

Oct 02 2019

56mins

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Rank #3: Nature Bats Last – 08.06.19

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Kevin and Guy were joined by Dr. Andrew Glikson, Visiting Fellow at Australian National University. Dr Glikson is renowned geologist who has written widely about previous mass extinction events on Earth.

Aug 07 2019

57mins

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Rank #4: Nature Bats Last – 06.12.19

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Kevin and Guy were joined by meteorologist Nick Humphrey for this pre-recorded show. We discussed the links between climate change, weather, and crop failures. You can support Nick via his Patreon page.

Jun 12 2019

53mins

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Rank #5: Nature Bats Last – 07.03.19

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Kevin and Guy were joined by Rory Varrato, a founding member of Extinction Rebellion NYC and adjunct professor of philosophy at Fordham University. Rory invited Guy to testify to the New York City Council’s Committee on Environment a day before New York City declared a climate emergency.

Jul 03 2019

55mins

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Rank #6: Nature Bats Last – 12.04.19

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Kevin and Guy were joined by activist Mimi German, a guest on the show in June, 2015, February, 2017, and April, 2019. Our latest discussion included Mimi’s personal history, from her anti-nuclear work to her current efforts as a poet and an advocate for the houseless.

Dec 04 2019

54mins

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Rank #7: Nature Bats Last – 09.04.19

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Kevin and Guy were joined by Arthur Keller, who studies system dynamics. Initially a rocket scientist, Keller has become an author, screenwriter, and keynote speaker. His latest presentation can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPb_0JZ6-Rc

Sep 04 2019

55mins

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Rank #8: Nature Bats Last – 05.07.19

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Kevin and Guy were joined by Cachet Garrett and Colin Peacock, both of whom pursue wellness for humans. Cachet and Colin hosted Guy in Alaska on his latest speaking tour.

May 07 2019

54mins

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Rank #9: Nature Bats Last – 04.02.19

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We pay tribute to Michael C. Ruppert about five years after his death. We hear the voices of cohosts Guy McPherson and Pauline Schneider, along with seven other people influenced by Michael's abbreviated life.

Apr 05 2019

59mins

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Rank #10: Nature Bats Last – 03.05.19

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This month's show features Dr. Paul Ehrlich for the third time on Nature Bats Last. Dr. Ehrlich is the Bing Professor of Population Studies in the Department of Biology of Stanford University and president of Stanford's Center for Conservation Biology (https://ccb.stanford.edu/paul-r-ehrlich). He is a renowned biologist and ecologist best known for his warnings about the consequences of human population growth.

Mar 06 2019

57mins

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Nature Bats Last – 06.03.20

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Kevin and Guy were joined by Dr. Sid Smith, Ph.D. in mathematics. Smith is known for his presentations from March, 2018 and March, 2019, respectively: “Humanity: The Final Chapter” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEcxVDRYZqk), and “How to Enjoy the End of the World” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dSowDIFqUk).

Aug 05 2020

58mins

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Nature Bats Last – 07.10.20

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Kevin and Guy were joined by filmmaker Jeff Gibbs, known for his 2019 film, Planet of the Humans. We discussed Gibbs' work and the resistance it has met.

Jul 10 2020

54mins

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Nature Bats Last – 06.03.20

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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.

Jun 03 2020

55mins

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Nature Bats Last – 05.05.20

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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.

May 06 2020

48mins

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Nature Bats Last – 04.15.20

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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.

Apr 15 2020

56mins

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Nature Bats Last – 03.04.20

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

Mar 04 2020

54mins

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Nature Bats Last – 02.05.20

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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.

Feb 05 2020

53mins

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Nature Bats Last – 01.07.20

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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.

Jan 08 2020

54mins

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Nature Bats Last – 12.04.19

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Kevin and Guy were joined by activist Mimi German, a guest on the show in June, 2015, February, 2017, and April, 2019. Our latest discussion included Mimi’s personal history, from her anti-nuclear work to her current efforts as a poet and an advocate for the houseless.

Dec 04 2019

54mins

Play

Nature Bats Last – 11.06.19

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Kevin and Guy were joined by Canadian psychologist Peter Miller. The discussion included the individual psychological response to abrupt climate change and its outcome."

Nov 06 2019

58mins

Play

Nature Bats Last – 10.01.19

Podcast cover
Read more

Kevin and Guy were joined by freelance writer and environmental journalist Robert Hunziker. The discussion included indications of abrupt climate change throughout the world, the dangers associated with Fukushima, and the role of the Fourth Estate in a time of existential crises.

Oct 02 2019

56mins

Play

Nature Bats Last – 09.04.19

Podcast cover
Read more

Kevin and Guy were joined by Arthur Keller, who studies system dynamics. Initially a rocket scientist, Keller has become an author, screenwriter, and keynote speaker. His latest presentation can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPb_0JZ6-Rc

Sep 04 2019

55mins

Play

Nature Bats Last – 08.06.19

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Kevin and Guy were joined by Dr. Andrew Glikson, Visiting Fellow at Australian National University. Dr Glikson is renowned geologist who has written widely about previous mass extinction events on Earth.

Aug 07 2019

57mins

Play

Nature Bats Last – 07.03.19

Podcast cover
Read more

Kevin and Guy were joined by Rory Varrato, a founding member of Extinction Rebellion NYC and adjunct professor of philosophy at Fordham University. Rory invited Guy to testify to the New York City Council’s Committee on Environment a day before New York City declared a climate emergency.

Jul 03 2019

55mins

Play

Nature Bats Last – 06.12.19

Podcast cover
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Kevin and Guy were joined by meteorologist Nick Humphrey for this pre-recorded show. We discussed the links between climate change, weather, and crop failures. You can support Nick via his Patreon page.

Jun 12 2019

53mins

Play

Nature Bats Last – 05.07.19

Podcast cover
Read more

Kevin and Guy were joined by Cachet Garrett and Colin Peacock, both of whom pursue wellness for humans. Cachet and Colin hosted Guy in Alaska on his latest speaking tour.

May 07 2019

54mins

Play

Nature Bats Last – 04.02.19

Podcast cover
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We pay tribute to Michael C. Ruppert about five years after his death. We hear the voices of cohosts Guy McPherson and Pauline Schneider, along with seven other people influenced by Michael's abbreviated life.

Apr 05 2019

59mins

Play

Nature Bats Last – 03.05.19

Podcast cover
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This month's show features Dr. Paul Ehrlich for the third time on Nature Bats Last. Dr. Ehrlich is the Bing Professor of Population Studies in the Department of Biology of Stanford University and president of Stanford's Center for Conservation Biology (https://ccb.stanford.edu/paul-r-ehrlich). He is a renowned biologist and ecologist best known for his warnings about the consequences of human population growth.

Mar 06 2019

57mins

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Nature Bats Last – 02.05.19

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Kevin and Guy spoke with award-winning journalist Dahr Jamail regarding his recently published book, The End of Ice. The discussion, which included several callers, covered various elements of Earth's cryosphere and the human response to its near-term demise.

Feb 05 2019

57mins

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Nature Bats Last – 12.05.18

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Kevin and Guy were joined for a few minutes by citizen journalist extraordinaire Kiwi Robin Westenra of the Seemorerocks blog, robinwestenra.blogspot.com. Most of this episode is committed to a discussion with Wales organic farmer Roger Hallam of the Extinction Revolution.

Dec 05 2018

57mins

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iTunes Ratings

31 Ratings
Average Ratings
26
3
1
0
1

Fantastic!

By moreloveplease - Oct 01 2019
Read more
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!

Great...and Important

By DaffyJeffy - Feb 12 2017
Read more
Really insightful and important work...surprising fun and entertaining to boot.