Maybe some of you are missing new podcast episodes. This podcast exists a little more than one year. During this year I had breaks mostly in school holidays. But it isn‘t just lack of time, sometimes I am confused how to go on.
This may be one of the best documented speaking tours of Guy. It could only be possible with the extraordinary work of Kevin Hester, who initiated and organized the tour, and the film documentation and live streaming of events by Pauline Schneider. So I could join the tour from the other side of the globe here in Germany. Again and again when I see a new presentation of Guy McPherson the dire global climate situation is worse - faster than expected. If our end is rapidly approaching and we cannot ignore it any more, the way to acceptance and "living with death in mind" may be faster too. This is really a bumpy road.
Episode 9 promotes "Guy McPherson's New Zealand Tour 2016" from November, the 24th to December, the 7th. I hold an interview with Kevin Hester, who is organizing this tour. You may wonder that I am talking about these events on the other side of the globe, but it's clear that we are facing a global catastrophe and we have to realize that we are living on this one planet.
SAG 007 ~ Melting Arctic, Gulf Stream & Severe Weather - Part 1
The podcast episode SAG 007 - Interview with Paul Beckwith - is now also available in a YouTube version with maps and slides and German subtitles.
Paul Beckwith is one of the leading experts in abrupt climate change. In the first part of this interview we have been talking about the fast changes in the Arctic that lead to climate chaos and even to changes of ocean currents.
Part 2 is about weather extremes in Western Europe, BIG numbers, global emergency and dealing with this dire situation emotionally.
Paul Beckwith is one of the leading experts in abrupt climate change. In my view he is a genius at explaining very complex issues in an understandable way. Very fast changes in the Arctic lead to climate chaos and even to changes of ocean currents. What are the consequences for weather patterns in Western Europe?