Listen Friday 4/7/17 at 4:00 online at fabulous G-Town Radio (http://www.gtownradio.com/) to hear Linda Rosenwein’s debut report on what’s new in energy engineering.
“I’m thrilled Linda Rosenwein has decided to join me here at Planet Philadelphia. Linda will make a great addition to the show. I think the listeners will really enjoy her sharp insights into the very big complex set of issues that is our environment.” — Kay Wood, host of Planet Philadelphia
Also on the April 7th Planet Philadelphia host, Kay Wood, will speak with David W. Titley, Rear Admiral USN (ret.) now a professor, Penn State School of International Affairs. He will speak about the great risk climate change poses for our national security and just what we can do to make our lives far safer. He will be followed by urban planner, David Heller, on transportation planning in the age of climate change. Listen to Planet Philadelphia 4:00 April 7th streamed live online at http://www.gtownradio.com for these great stories and more.
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