This week's episode includes an extensive conversation with Mimi Riley, who teaches sociology at Butte College in Chico, California. Mimi delves deeply into the science of near-term human extinction as a result of abrupt climate change, as well as how we respond. The usual climate-change update is replaced with a snippet from HBO's latest episode of The Newsrooom.
This week on Nature Bats Last we have touch upon river diversions, Ferguson, and the U.S.,China climate agreement. Our guest is Carolyn Baker of The Lifeboat Hour as she discusses her work and her collaboration with Guy on their book Extinction Dialogs.
This week finds Sliwa and McPherson back together as co-hosts, engaging in conversation with Calvin Terrell. Calvin is founder and lead facilitator of Social Centric, an organization he designed to provide education and training for all ages to enhance human interactions and global progress. You can find more about Calvin and his work at calvinterrell.com.