Nature Bats Last interviews queer Xican@ warrior and land defender T.R McKenzie, who grew up on the west side of Sioux City, occupied Dakota territory and is currently based out of occupied Dakota territory in southern Minnesota. He is a fierce defender of life, land, and justice whose work has placed him at the front line of resistance movements. T.R is an organizer and educator who has facilitated and participated in workshops, trainings, and speaking engagements. We were joined for the final 15 minutes of the show by long-time friend Forrest Palmer.
This week Mike and Guy spoke with
climate reality leader, Rhonny Dam. We also discussed the the current
tour Guy finds himself on in California.
This week’s show included a conversation with moral philosopher John McMurtry. We conclude in usual style, including a climate-change update and some stories from Guy on the road.
Nature Bats Last critiqued celebrity culture, particularly concerning its response to climate change. We were joined by independent journalist Cory Morningstar.
This week’s show included a conversation with environmental writer Sean Prentiss. He is best-known for his book, Finding Abbey: The Search for Edward Abbey and His Hidden Grave. We conclude with a brief climate-change update.
Mike and Guy interviewed Kevin Hester from New Zealand. A long-time sailor and activist, Hester is a prolific writer and public speaker. We discussed topics ranging from Fukushima and abrupt climate change to social justice and environmental protection. We took a few calls from listeners, too.
Guy and Mike are joined by professor and clinical psychologist Steve Ilardi where we discuss depression being a disease of civilization. Guy also gives a substantial climate update.
Mike and Guy were joined by independent journalist Cory Morningstar. We discussed the largely unknown horrors of the non-profit industrial complex. We finished, as usual, with an update on the climate front.
We are joined today by Dr. Helen Caldicott, the single most articulate and passionate advocate of citizen action to address the nuclear and environmental crises. She has devoted the last 45 years to an international campaign to educate the public about the medical hazards of the nuclear age and the necessary changes in human behavior to stop environmental destruction. Guy has a climate update as well.
Guy and Mike are joined by by two
extraordinary women, Ama and Bo. Both have made choices that many are
too fearful to ever consider. Both had the foresight early in their
lives to live rather than make a living. They have been living on the
fringe of the dominant culture for decades and have a wealth of
knowledge most of us will never approach. Guy gives a climate update as