Here’s the podcast of the most recent Planet Philadelphia, December 2015. Filmmaker, Ben Kalina, talks with Planet Philadelphia host, Kay Wood, about his directing debut, the award winning “Shored Up,” a documentary film about sea level rise and the after effects of Hurricane Sandy. Also, listen to his eye-opening insights on climate change and ocean acidification. Lots of other riveting stuff as well, including an upcoming electronics recycling event hosted by Weaver’s Way Environment Committee and Green In Chestnut Hill (GRinCH). Happy solstice folks!
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