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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.
Planet Philadelphia streams on http://www.gtownradio.com/ 4:00-5:00 p.m. the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month. To listen to shows after they’ve aired, check out the podcast page on Planet Philadelphia website, http://planetphila.weebly.com/podcasts.
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Podcast: Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show with host Kay Wood, streamed on G-Town Radio 12/2/16
Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show, G-Town Radio 12/2/16: Hear about a station that makes hydrogen from water and Philly’s vision for sustainability in our new political world.
In this Planet Philadelphia radio show you’ll hear Sunita Satyapal, the Director of the Fuel Cell Technologies office at the US Department of Energy, tell us about exciting new developments in hydrogen energy technology. Also, on this Planet Philadelphia, Christine Knapp, the Director of Philadelphia's Sustainability Office will tell us about the new approach to sustainability that offers ways for all Philadelphians to take part in our sustainable future.
Please make your donation today to donate to keep G-town Radio going strong. Tune back in to fabulous G-town Radio for another Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show December 16th. I’ll be talking with our State Senator Art Haywood about what to do about the high lead levels in Philly’s drinking water. I also hope to have Jordan Yeager on to tell us about how we have protection for our air and water written into our constitution here in PA. And how we might use that to help protect us from anti-environmental trends in our politics with the new administration in Washington.
Planet Philadelphia streams 4:00 to 5:00 pm on gtownradio.com the 1st and 3rd Fridays of every month. Podcasts of the live shows generally become available the day after they broadcast here at www.planetphila.com or www.gtownradio.com. Planet Philadelphia’s listener comment line is (484) 278-1846. You can record a message anytime. Hope to hear from you.
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Podcast: Listen to award winning Planet Philadelphia streamed Live 11/4/16 on G-Town Radio
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.
Planet Philadelphia streams 4:00 to 5:00 pm on gtownradio.com/ the 1st and 3rd Fridays of every month. Podcasts of the live shows generally become available the day after they broadcast here at www.planetphila.com or www.gtownradio.com. Planet Philadelphia’s listener comment line is (484)278-1846. You can record a message anytime. Hope to hear from you.
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Podcast: Planet Philadelphia about sea level rise streamed May 20th on G-Town Radio. Hope you’ve got your water wings handy!
Listen to a super new Planet Philadelphia about sea level rise 4:00 pm Friday May 20th here on fabulous G-town Radio with some great interviews. First up is an amazing interview with Rutgers University Professor Benjamin Horton of the Department of Marine and Coastal Science. In his riveting interview with host, Kay Wood, Professor Horton lays out what is happening with sea level rise and how it will affect all of us. He also tells us clearly what we can do to not only save our world, but make it a better place for all. Also on today’s show is Bobby Magill is a Senior Science Writer at Climate Central. He talks about the practice of gas flaring and how that affects the climate. The EPA released its new methane regulations for the oil and gas sector. Here's Bobby Magill’s story on it: http://www.climatecentral.org/news/epa-regulate-oil-gas-methane-emissions-20342
Planet Philadelphia streams 4:00 to 5:00 pm on http://www.gtownradio.com/ the1st and 3rd Fridays of every month. Podcasts of the live shows generally become available the day after they broadcast. The Planet Philadelphia listener comment Line is (484)278-1846. You can record a message anytime. Hope to hear from you.
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Important new show on sea level rise 4:00-5:00 Fri May 20th Planet Philadelphia on gtownradio.com
An important new Planet Philadelphia show is coming up 4:00-5:00 p.m. Friday May 20th on G-Town Radio: Tune in to Planet Philadelphia on G-Town Radio to hear an interview with Rutgers University Professor Benjamin Horton of the Department of Marine and Coastal Science. In this riveting interview with host, Kay Wood, he lays out what is happening with sea level rise and how it will affect all of us. He makes a compelling case for the urgency of acting on climate change now. Professor Horton also tells us clearly what we can do to save our world. This is a show everyone who cares about our children’s future should hear.
Planet Philadelphia’s includes a mix of environmental news, interviews, music, poetry, and reporting on community events, and can be heard 4:00-5:00pm the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month on G-Town Radio at http://www.gtownradio.com/. Show podcasts are available the following day for listening or sharing any time on the Planet Philadelphia website podcast page: http://planetphila.weebly.com/podcasts.
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Planet Philadelphia is a radio show about our shared environment aired 4:00-5:00 PM EST the first and third Friday a month on WGGT-LP 92.9 FM in Philadelphia and/or at gtownradio.com. Also on Villanova University’s radio station, WXVU, Thursday mornings at 9:00 a.m. at 89.1FM.
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