How does what is happening with PES (Philadelphia Energy Solutions) have in common with what is happening across the country with the fossil fuel industry? Similar issues and tactics, apparently, occur across the country when fossil fuel industries try to maintain their business. Find out how by tuning in to Planet Philadelphia for dynamic discussions:
• Dominic Renfrey, Advocacy Program Manager for the Center for Constitutional Rights: Environmental justice challenges in Louisiana and how they're addressing these problems across the USA.
• Peter Winslow, A long-term advocate for the environmental and social justice community: What is happening at PES (Philadelphia Energy Solutions) the largest refinery on the east coast. There was a fire and closure in June, then more poisonous gas releases in July.
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