Podcast 2/17/23 show: Imhotep Isnt. HS Students using what they learn to help people; Ishmael Buckner, financing environmental justice; Zachary Barber, train explosion
Students from Imhotep Institute Charter High School using what they learn to help with the water crisis in Jackson Mississippi, and installing a self-contained hydroponic farm living classroom that they have designed here in the neighborhood. Also on this show: is Ishmael Buckner, a policy advocate at Public citizen’s climate program, who gives us his analysis of some of the problems and solutions in financing environmental justice. And PennEnvironment Clean Air Advocate, Zachary Barber, on the Pennsylvania-Ohio border train explosion and its implications.
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