Assistant Producer/Reporter Linda Rosenwein put together a list of the many events about our shared environment happening in the Philadelphia area. We ran out of time on the live show aired on September 6th. Here is her list of things things you might want to check out:
World wide strike being held 3 days before the UN summit on climate.Largely initiated by youth, who are afraid of what the world will be like when they grow up.
Dave Roberts leading a converstion with Rafe Pomerance.Pomerance is chairman of Arctic 21, which describers itself as a network of organizations focusd on communicating the unraveling of the Arctic as a result of climate change to policy makers and the public.F ree event
StateImpact Pennsylvania will present a distinguished panel to discuss the intersection of environmental justice, social equity and climate change, and explore the potential damage to infrastructure, agriculture and the environment to the public and to those vulnerable communities in the Delaware Valley and South Jersey.
Intention of grant is to: a) create livable, walkable, economically vibrant main streets and mixed-use neighborhoods, b) boost economic opportunities for local farmers and main street businesses, c) improve access to health local food, especially among disadvantaged populations
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