Effective December 2016, McPherson has a regular column for the Weekly Hubris in Greece
McPherson, G.R., D.D. Wade, and C.B. Phillips (compilers). 1990. Glossary of Fire Management Terms Used in the United States. Society of American Foresters, Bethesda, Maryland.
McPherson, G.R. 1997. Ecology and Management of North American Savannas. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
McPherson, G.R. and S. DeStefano. 2003. Applied Ecology and Natural Resource Management. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England.
Weltzin, J.F. and G.R. McPherson (editors). 2003. Changing Precipitation Regimes and Terrestrial Ecosystems. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
McPherson, G.R. 2004. Killing the Natives: Has the American Dream Become a Nightmare? Whitmore Publishing Company, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
McPherson, G.R. 2006. Letters to a Young Academic: Seeking Teachable Moments. Rowman & Littlefield Education, Lanham, Maryland.
Brothers, Mac. 2006. Academic Pursuits*. PublishAmerica, Baltimore, Maryland.
Jensen, S.E. and G.R. McPherson. 2008. Living with Fire: Fire Ecology and Policy for the Twenty-first Century. University of California Press, Berkeley. I read from this book here.
Esparza, A.X. and G.R. McPherson (editors). 2009. The Planner’s Guide to Natural Resource Conservation: The Science of Land Development Beyond the Metropolitan Fringe. Springer, New York.
McPherson, G.R. 2011. Walking Away from Empire: A Personal Journey*. Publish America, Baltimore, Maryland. Also available at Amazon (also for kindle) and Barnes & Noble. Reviewed by Michel Weber for Cosmos and History, Sandy Krolick, John Rember, Cameron Conaway, and dozen readers at Amazon. Trailer is embedded below.
. Kindle version available here.
Baker, C. and G.R. McPherson. 2014. Extinction Dialogs: How to Live with Death in Mind. Tayen Lane Publishing. Electronic copy available here from Amazon. Publisher declared bankruptcy without paying any royalties.
Baker, C. and G.R. McPherson. 2015. Extinction Dialogs: How to Live with Death in Mind, Revised Second Edition. Tayen Lane Publishing. Electronic copy available here from Amazon. Publisher declared bankruptcy without paying any royalties.
Pauline Panagiotou Schneider and Guy R. McPherson. 2015. Ms. Ladybug and Mr. Honeybee: A Love Story at the End of Time. America Star Books, Baltimore, Maryland.
Ms. Ladybug and Mr. Honeybee: A Love Story at the End of Time is available as an audio book, and can be purchased here. It is intended for ages 11 and up.
A review of Ms. Ladybug and Mr. Honeybee: A Love Story at the End of Time was published in Huffington Post 16 May 2016. It’s here.
1 March 2007 Tucson Weekly, Expect the beginning of the end of Tucson as we know it to arrive next year
28 March 2007 Arizona Daily Star, Peak oil scenario paints frightening future for all (for the university’s ludicrous response to the latter, click here; for the subsequent pseudo-apology, click here)
16 August 2007 Tucson Weekly, It’s time to close the borders–to people coming and going, to imports and exports
The piece in the Republic led to a Live Talk Wednesday follow-up article
14 May 2009 Tucson Weekly, It’s time for me to leave my current life and start living in a post-peak-oil world
23 February 2010 Sedona Times, How will climate change & peak oil impact Sedona?
1 October 2010 Transition Voice, A climate wake-up call
1 November 2010 Transition Voice , Hope springs eternal
1 December 2010 Transition Voice, The road to nowhere
1 January 2011 Transition Voice, Doom or Boom? Let’s do both!
3 February 2011 Transition Voice, Two roads diverged
10 March 2011 Transition Voice, Extinction event?
14 March 2011 Transition Voice, Nuclear nightmares
14 April 2011 Transition Voice, If the Earth could talk
17 May 2011 Transition Voice, Blessings of a dying paradigm
13 June 2011 Transition Voice, Transitioning
12 July 2011 Transition Voice, Viral collapse
12 August 2011 Transition Voice, We are the birds of prey; a marriage of contradictions
6 September 2011 Transition Voice, To fight climate change, we need to understand humanity
October 2011 Conservation Biology, Going back to the land in the Age of Entitlement (pdf). This essay elicited a comment, to which I responded: Choosing an alternative path (follows the comment to which it responds) (pdf)
7 October 2011 Transition Voice, Philosophy and conservation
9 November 2011 Transition Voice, Three paths to near-term human extinction
9 December 2011 Transition Voice, Is terminating the industrial economy a moral act? (permalinked at Counter Currents)
6 February 2012 Transition Voice, Resources and anthropocentrism
12 March 2012 Transition Voice, Humanity needs to write a whole New Story (with Sherry Ackerman)
26 March 2012 Transition Voice, Ackerman and McPherson dialog: Practical paths to a post-carbon lifestyle (with Sherry Ackerman)
23 May 2012 Transition Voice, Money can’t buy you love (with Sherry Ackerman)
17 July 2012 Transition Voice, The gift liberation front
27 September 2012 Transition Voice, Madness of the mainstream (with Sherry Ackerman)
5 October 2012 Transition Voice, Only love remains
9 October 2012 Transition Voice, Collapse now — It’s all the rage (without the rage) (permalinked at Seemorerocks)
22 November 2012 The Good Men Project, Walking Away from Empire
11 December 2012 Transition Voice, A new kind of Christmas story
30 January 2013 Transition Voice, Roundup of distressing climate news
30 April 2013 The Good Men Project, Climate is a social justice issue
10 May 2013 The Good Men Project, If good is common good, we are failing
1 June 2013 The Good Men Project, On Climate Change & Collective Courage.
29 July 2013 Transition Voice, Disobedience the true foundation of liberty
15 August 2013 The Good Men Project, Questioning Culture: A Series
18 August 2013 The Good Men Project, Questioning Culture: The Long Littleness of Life
24 August 2013 The Good Men Project, Questioning Culture: Shades of Existential Gray
28 August 2013 The Good Men Project, Questioning Culture: When Personal Happiness brings Suffering to Others
31 August 2013 The Good Men Project, Questioning Culture: American Empire
3 September 2013 The Good Men Project, Questioning Culture: Our Addiction to Growth
7 September 2013 The Good Men Project, Questioning Culture: The Absurdity of Authenticity
12 October 2013 The Good Men Project, Expressing Our Humanity As We Drown In It
14 October 2013 Transition Voice, How to respond to climate chaos
28 October 2013 The Good Men Project, Protecting the Common Good
15 November 2013 The Good Men Project, Hope is Hopeless: On the Dangers of Hopium
6 December 2013 Transition Voice, Before it goes dark, let’s live
22 December 2013 The Next Step, Are you ready to take The Next Step?
28 December 2013 The Next Step, It’s Time for Me to Leave My Current Life and Start Living in a Post-Peak-Oil World
3 January 2014 The Good Men Project, Trading Hope for Action
13 January 2014 Transition Voice, Only geo-engineering can reverse climate change — too bad it won’t work (permalinked at Transition Network)
15 March 2014 The Good Men Project, Life is Short, and Urgent
27 January 2015 Shift, Geoengineering: A Techno-Fix Solution for the Climate?*
McPherson, G.R. 2012. Going back to the land in the Age of Entitlement. Pages 53-56 in Mary Anne Redding (editor), Gila: I. Radical Visions, Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe. Part II, The Enduring Silence, is a collection of photographs by Guggenheim Fellow Michael P. Berman.
McPherson, Guy. 2012. A life out of empire. Pages 481-487 in Keith Farnish’s book, Underminers: A Practical Guide for Radical Change. Published under a Creative Commons License.
McPherson, Guy, November 2015, invited chapter, How to Save Humanity