There are noteworthy guests on this week’s Planet Philadelphia. Tune in to G-town Radio at 4:00 this Friday the 17th to hear Christina Simeone, the Director of Policy and External Affairs at the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania, give us a run down of energy policy in the US, including a view on how the new political situation might affect this vital far reaching part of our economy and lives.
Also on this Planet Philadelphia, Maura McCarthy, the Executive Director of The Friends of the Wissahickon will tell us about their Sustainable Trail Initiative. The initiative is in the middle of a decade long effort of habitat restoration, improved water quality, user experience and safety, and storm water management.
Please also tune back in to G-Town Radio http://www.gtownradio.com for the more in this continuing radio show exploring our world. Upcoming guests scheduled include; Linda Black Elk on DALP, Jacqueline Patterson, Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program, on environmental justice, Barbara Gottlieb, Director, Environment & Health Physicians for Social Responsibility on fossil fuel’s and the current climate crisis’s multiple impacts on our health, and more. Planet Philadelphia’s listener comment line: (484) 278-1846. Record a comment or event announcement anytime.
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