Hear about evidence-based current solutions to global warming.
Katharine Wilkinson, Ph.D., will talk about the work of Drawdown. Drawdown is a coalition of scholars, scientists, entrepreneurs, and advocates from across the globe that are measuring and documenting solutions to global warming currently in use that will reach the drawdown point, the point when greenhouse gases consistently decline. Their book “Drawdown” disseminates this information. Drawdown is currently collaborating with the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth of Nations, which represents a population close to one third of humanity.
In addition, hear about other environmental news and possibly some surprise features.
Do tune in to the second great Planet Philadelphia in May, Friday the 19th 4:00 to 5:00 pm for informative interviews about how to live and thrive our beautiful world and more on our great local radio station G-Town Radio, www.gtownradio.com .
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