Mary Robinson and Rabbi Julie Greenberg - Feminism and Climate Justice. Podcast of radio show aired 7/19/19
Podcast: Mary Robinson and Rabbi Julie Greenberg - Feminism and Climate Justice, 7/19/19
In case you missed the Planet Philadelphia aired 7/19/19 with extra special Planet Philadelphia guest, Mary Robinson, former first female president of Ireland, former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, UN Special Envoy on Climate Change, author, and currently Chairperson of the Elders, here’s the podcast. Continuing the discussion of feminism and the environment, Planet Philadelphia host, Kay Wood, spoke with Rabbi Julie Greenberg of POWER and what is happening here at home.
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