Exciting lineup on new Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show - WGGT 92.9 LPFM in NW Philadelphia and streaming online everywhere at gtownradio.com, 4-5:00 pm tomorrow.
There’s an exciting line up on Planet Philadelphia tomorrow. First up will be guest Big Wind. Big Wind is a Water Protector, an advocate for indigenous youth and youth environmental activism, and was recently at Standing Rock and other pipeline encampments around the country. They will be visiting the G-Town Radio station to talk live on air with host Kay Wood and reporter Linda Rosenwien about Sunrise - a movement of young people to stop climate change and create millions of good jobs in the process.
In this show you’ll also hear what to expect with climate change here in Philadelphia, and what can we do about it from environmental scientist Rachel D. Valletta, Ph.D. She is the director of the Climate and Urban Systems Partnership (CUSP), a four-city educational initiative seeking to engage urban residents more efficiently and effectively in climate change and resiliency education at The Franklin Institute.
Tune in to hear these informative interviews and more from 4-5:00 pm tomorrow on the new Planet Philadelphia environmental radio show on your radio dial in Germantown and surrounding locals on WGGT 92.9 LPFM. Planet Philadelphia will also be simultaneously streamed live online at http://www.gtownradio.com/.
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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