Today's guest will be Greg Peterson, who is the creator of Urban Farms.
This week’s show features two news items beyond the mainstream. One links Robin Williams’ suicide to abundant environmental information, the other reports on a group of 24 indigenous men, women, and children that have emerged from their Amazon home weeks after another group fled aggressors in Peru. We cover a lot of ground with American Joseph Zummach and Canadian Paul Marcotte, both of whom are living well beyond the mainstream. We check in with Forrest Palmer and Lindsay Morrison as they break hopium. Our Doomer of the Week is Cheveyo Lone Eagle. We wrap up with a brief climate-change update.
In this week's broadcast of Nature Bats Last, we present a couple of recent articles decidedly beyond the mainstream media: Indigenous struggles with ecosystems destroyed by industrial civilization and fairy tales promoted as reality about U.S. involvement in the Middle East. We speak at length with two representatives from Deep Green Resistance about DGR's mission and strategies, as well as the kerfuffle about radical feminism. "Breaking Hopium" is provided by Lindsay Morrison and Forrest Palmer. We provide late-breaking information about abrupt climate change before closing with this episode's “Doomer of the week.”