Abrupt Climate Change and Extinction with Guy McPherson and the MAHB

| April 12, 2019 | Leave a Comment

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Happening in the San Francisco Bay area Friday April 26th:

A Living Room Conversation with Guy McPherson 

Reserve your spot here. 

Friday April 26th 5-7pm

Berkeley, CA

McPherson will discuss his research on  near term extinction and his recent book Abrupt Climate Change & The Sixth Mass Extinction: What Now?

McPherson is an internationally recognized speaker, award-winning scientist, and the world’s leading authority on abrupt climate change leading to near-term human extinction. He is professor emeritus at the University of Arizona. His published works include more than a dozen books and hundreds of scholarly articles. Dr. McPherson has been featured on TV and radio and in several documentary films. He is a blogger, cultural critic, and co-host of his own radio show “Nature Bats Last.” Dr. McPherson speaks to general audiences across the globe, and to scientists, students, educators, and not-for-profit and business leaders who seek their best available options when confronting Earth’s cataclysmic changes

Join the MAHB for an early evening conversation as we explore these topics in a space open for candid questions, conversation and learning.

For program details and location please visit the event RSVP here.

For more information on McPherson and his work check out his radio or blog show Nature Bats Last.

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  • Greeley Miklashek

    Whether the “diseases of civilization” now ravaging our youth and known to be caused by the elevated stress hormone levels associated with our modern lifestyle and population density stress, or some variant of climate catastrophe, is really a moot point. Their cause is the same: too many humans using too many natural resources and producing too much pollution. Have a great evening in SF (speaking of stressful environments). Stress R Us