Podcasts of Great interviews from the Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show streamed on GTown Radio 7/21/17
July 22, 2017 - This is a bit of a different approach I’m trying out for Planet Philadelphia. Instead of doing one big file with the podcast of the whole show, I thought I’d do the individual interviews that were slated to broadcast yesterday. This way of posting the sound files let’s people listen to each individual interview. It also is a way of apologizing for the strange tech problems that occurred during yesterday’s show. I'd hate for people to miss these inspiring and informative interviews.
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Planet Philadelphia Producer and Host
For more environmental reporting please tune back in to G-Town Radio (http://www.gtownradio.com) for the next Planet Philadelphia show: 4-5:00 pm Friday August 4, 2017. Planet Philadelphia show host, Kay Wood, and environmental news reporter, Linda Rosenwein, bring you informative interviews about our world and more on Planet Philadelphia streaming on your favorite local radio station, GTown Radio (http://www.gtownradio.com) every first and third Fridays of the month.
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Podcast: Planet Philadelphia – 12/16/16 – Lead Poisoning, PA Supreme Court ruling on fracking, and more
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Listen to this edition of Fabulous Planet Philadelphia – 12/16/16 – And hear about lead poisoning, and about the recent PA Supreme Court ruling on fracking, and more. In this Planet Philadelphia radio show you’ll hear Kay Wood's interview State Senator Art Haywood about what to do about the high lead levels in school drinking water across the commonwealth. Also on this Planet Philadelphia show Jordan Yeager will tell us about how we have protection for our air and water written into the Pennsylvania Constitution. And how we might use that to help protect us from anti-environmental trends in the new administration in Washington.
Another Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show will run on fabulous G-town Radio early in the New Year – Jan. 6, 2017 – with Mike Ewall, the Founder & Director of the Energy Justice Network talking about strategies for energy justice in the new Trump administration. Also on the January 6th Planet Philadelphia we will hear from Kala Viswanthan, one of the authors of RDC Annual Energy Report about the U.S. Clean Energy Revolution.
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In this episode of Planet Philadelphia: First up you’ll hear Michael Nairn, who teaches at the Urban Studies Program at the University of Pennsylvania, talk about how justice needs an equal place in discussions of a sustainable world. Then we’ll hear from Bernie Sanders delegate, Russell Greene, a climate activist who was instrumental in helping to write the Democratic Party platform to recognize that we are in a climate emergency, and that anything short of a World War II-like mobilization will bring catastrophic consequences to civilization.
Please tune in to the next exciting Planet Philadelphia this Friday, November 18th, at 4:00 p.m. on fabulous G-Town Radio at www.gtownradio.com to hear these great interviews, music and more.
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Podcast: Planet Philadelphia, G-Town Radio 6/17/16 - Save the planet through gardening and liquid sunshine!
Save our environment through gardening? Host Kay Wood speaks with local resident Miriam Fisher Schaefer about how her views on gardening were transformed by reading Doug Tallamy’s book Bringing Nature Home How Native Plants Sustain Wildlife in Our Gardens. Also on this Planet Philadelphia will be Morry Markowitz, President of the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Assoc. He will tell us about exciting new developments with hydrogen, a flexible zero emission fuel and energy storage source. Listen in June 17th for this informative and entertaining Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show.
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Update: Tomorrow - New Planet Philadelphia, with even more guests - 4:00 Apr 15 http://www.gtownradio.com/
Here’s an update for Planet Philadelphia tomorrow, Friday at 4:00 pm on wonderful Gtown radio with host Kay Wood. In addition to the interview with Zoë Cina-Sklar, who’ll be talking about the controversial energy hub and about 10,000 potential new green jobs here in Philly, we have Anthony Giancatarino, Director of Policy and Strategy at the Center for Social Inclusion, talking about a just transition to renewable energy and about a talk on that topic coming up soon. So tune in to Planet Philadelphia for a super show 4:00 this Friday at gtownradio.com!
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Podcast: Planet Philadelphia, April 1, 2016 - Kay Wood’s interview with State Senator Art Haywood on fabulous Gtown Radio
It's an exciting Planet Philadelphia streamed live on wonderful http://www.gtownradio.com/ 4:00, April 1, 2016. State Senator Art Haywood, who represents our own 4th district in Harrisburg, was interviewed by host Kay Wood about his views on the proposed and controversial energy hub.
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